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(Queen-of-the-tropics., Single Scarlet Tropical Hibiscus, Tropical Hibiscus)

The tropical hibiscus 'Single Scarlet' produces classic scarlet red blossoms. The oval petals overlap slightly and are uniformly red. 'Single Scarlet' is an old-fashioned selection that’s large, vigorous and easy to grow.

Tropical hibiscus has spectacular flowers which give credence one of its common names, queen-of-the-tropics. This tender evergreen shrub to small tree originates from southern China, though it is now believed to be extinct in the wild. The parent plants were red flowered, large...

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James Burghardt

(Queen-of-the-tropics., Smokey Mountain Hibiscus, Tropical Hibiscus)

The tropical hibiscus 'Smokey Mountain' produces large, satiny blossoms of a soothing white, pink-lavender and gray with red and dark red center. Each wide but round petal is ruffled, rippled and overlapping. The outer edge is thinly white, then a gray-lavender to pink and then bright red just before becoming dark red at the base. Hibiscus rosa-sinensis is an evergreen shrub that originates from China, and 'Smokey Mountain' is a hybrid derived from two cultivated varieties. This tropical...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Queen-of-the-tropics., Snow Queen Tropical Hibiscus, Tropical Hibiscus)

The Snow Queen hibiscus is a large shrub with red flowers set against lovely variegated green, white and pink leaves. Large serrated edged flowers are red and are trumpeted shaped. The are often held in a semi-pendulous manner and when looked from the front, have a star shape. The floral tube is outrageously long and is covered in yellow stamens. This plant grows dense and large. The variegated leaves change color with age, and when planted in more sun, often hold on to the red and pink colors better....

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James Burghardt

(Queen-of-the-tropics., Spanish Eyes Hibiscus, Tropical Hibiscus)

The tropical hibiscus 'Spanish Eyes' has large, crinkly, milky burgundy flowers. The overlapping and ruffled petals are a silky medium burgundy. Hibiscus rosa-sinensis is an evergreen shrub that originates from China, and 'Spanish Eyes' is a hybrid derived from two cultivated varieties. This medium sized tropical hibiscus is vigorous and blooms modestly over an extended period of time.

The broad glossy leaves of 'Spanish Eyes' are dark green and oval-shaped. Its flowers are large, radial...

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Carol Cloud Bailey

(Chinese Hibiscus, Queen-of-the-tropics., Tropical Hibiscus)

Tropical hibiscus has spectacular flowers that give credence to its title of "Queen of the Tropics." This tender evergreen shrub to small tree originates from southern China, though it is now believed to be extinct in the wild. The parent plants were red flowered, large and shrubby.

Everblooming and vigorous, tropical hibiscus has glossy green leaves and produces very large, disc-shaped flowers. In the center of each bold bloom is a bottlebrush of yellow anthers and topped with five-parted, spider-like...

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Yoder Brothers

(Queen-of-the-tropics., Starry Wind Hibiscus, Tropical Hibiscus)

The red-flowered Starry Wind is excellent for container culture, blooms profusely, and has reduced bud drop. Its beautiful large crimson red flowers have yellow markings towards the center and cover the vigorous dwarf plant year round.

Tropical hibiscus has spectacular flowers that give credence to its title of "Queen of the Tropics." This tender evergreen shrub to small tree originates from southern China, though it is now believed to be extinct in the wild. The parent plants were red flowered,...

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Jesse Saylor

(Chinese Hibiscus, Queen-of-the-tropics., Tropical Hibiscus)

Tropical hibiscus has spectacular flowers that give credence to its title of "Queen of the Tropics." This tender evergreen shrub to small tree originates from southern China, though it is now believed to be extinct in the wild. The parent plants were red flowered, large and shrubby.

Everblooming and vigorous, tropical hibiscus has glossy green leaves and produces very large, disc-shaped flowers. In the center of each bold bloom is a bottlebrush of yellow anthers and topped with five-parted, spider-like...

Image of Hibiscus rosa-sinensis

Yoder Brothers

(Queen-of-the-tropics., Sundance Tropical Hibiscus, Tropical Hibiscus)

The Sundance cultivar of tropical hibiscus is very cheerful to see in bloom. Large sunny yellow flowers with a red and white center have a crepe paper texture. A short floral tube has bright yellow anthers and pistils. It also has glossy dark green leaves.

Tropical hibiscus is heat tolerant and prefers neutral to acidic, well-drained soil and full sun. A staple of both tropical and temperate landscapes, these vibrantly blooming plants can be grown in mixed borders, or in large containers that...

(Queen-of-the-tropics., Sundown Tropical Hibiscus, Tropical Hibiscus)

The Sundown cultivar of tropical hibiscus is reminiscent of a sunset with its large fiery blossoms. Petals are orange-red or deep orange surrounding a deep dark red center eye. The petals open widely and have a slight incurve at the edges. It also has smaller sized glossy medium green leaves. This cultivar is slower growing in comparison to others.

Tropical hibiscus is heat tolerant and prefers neutral to acidic, well-drained soil and full sun. A staple of both tropical and temperate landscapes,...

(Queen-of-the-tropics., Sunset Tropical Hibiscus, Tropical Hibiscus)

The tropical hibiscus 'Sunset' has medium-sized, sunny yellow flowers with petals that slightly overlap. This medium sized tropical hibiscus is long-blooming and easy to grow.

Tropical hibiscus has spectacular flowers which give credence one of its common names, queen-of-the-tropics. This tender evergreen shrub to small tree originates from southern China, though it is now believed to be extinct in the wild. The parent plants were red flowered, large and shrubby.

Everblooming and vigorous,...