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(Candide™ Hibiscus, Hybrid Hardy Hibiscus)

The Candide™ hardy hibiscus is an audacious plant that is the result of extensive hybridization. This semi-woody perennial has mid- to dark green toothed leaves. It's a long-blooming plant that flowers from midsummer to frost, longer if in a subtropical garden. The exceptional flowers are often as large as a volleyball, each with five pale blue-lavender petals. Petal bases blush deep red. Individual flowers last one to two days, and several dozen may open on one plant at a time. Frost ends flowering...

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James Burghardt

(Hawaiian Red Hibiscus, Koki‘o)

Vigorous in growth, koki'o has yellowish green foliage that forms a dense background for the small red hibiscus flowers that often have curving petals. A large broadleaf evergreen shrub from the Hawaiian Islands, it can become tall and mangy unless grow in full sun and pruned occasionally.

The glossy green to yellow-green leaves are oval and have a tapering form. Anytime in the warm months when rainfall is adequate, five-petaled flowers no larger than a baseball appear on branch tips. The petals...

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James H. Schutte

(Hybrid Hardy Hibiscus, Kopper King Hibiscus)

What a beautiful hardy hibiscus! Kopper King is a semi-woody perennial with an upright, shrubby habit. It has deeply lobed, copper-colored leaves that are almost maple-like in appearance. These contrast nicely with its large, disc-shaped flowers of pale pink with striking red centers and venation. Plants bloom with regularity from summer to fall.

Kopper King hibiscus are late to emerge in the spring but thrives in the heat of the summer. It grows best in sites with full sun, and most soil types,...

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James H. Schutte

(Hybrid Rosemallow, Lady Baltimore Crimsoneyed Rosemallow)

Lady Baltimore rosemallow is a wonderful hardy hibiscus for large summer gardens. This semi-woody selection has an upright, shrubby habit. Its leaves are large, dark green and deeply lobed. From summer to fall it produces large, open, conical flowers of bright pink with red centers.

Rosemallow is late to emerge in the spring but thrives in the heat of the summer. It grows best in sites with full sun, and most soil types, even poorly drained soils. Japanese beetles favor its leaves, so plants...

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James Burghardt

(Hybrid Rosemallow, Lord Baltimore Crimsoneyed Rosemallow)

Lord Baltimore rosemallow is a wonderful hardy hibiscus for large summer gardens. This semi-woody selection has a very tall, upright, shrubby habit. Its leaves are large, rich green and deeply lobed. From summer to fall it produces large, open, conical flowers of bright red.

Rosemallow is late to emerge in the spring but thrives in the heat of the summer. It grows best in sites with full sun, and most soil types, even poorly drained soils. Japanese beetles favor its leaves, so plants must be...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Crimsoneyed Rosemallow, Rosemallow)

Crimsoneyed rosemallow is a wonderful hardy hibiscus for large summer gardens. This semi-woody species originates from central and eastern North America and has an upright, shrubby habit. Its leaves are large, sometimes lobed and have a soft texture. From summer to fall enormous disc-shaped flowers of white with striking red centers appear. Pink and red-flowered selections are also available.

Crimsoneyed Rosemallow is late to emerge in the spring but thrives in the heat of the summer. It grows...

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Debbie Schilling

(Anne Arundel Rosemallow, Rosemallow)

Crimsoneyed rosemallow is a wonderful hardy hibiscus for large summer gardens. This semi-woody species originates from central and eastern North America and has an upright, shrubby habit. Its leaves are large, sometimes lobed and have a soft texture. From summer to fall enormous disc-shaped flowers of white with striking red centers appear. Pink and red-flowered selections are also available.

Crimsoneyed Rosemallow is late to emerge in the spring but thrives in the heat of the summer. It grows...

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James H. Schutte

(Luna Crimsoneyed Rosemallow, Rosemallow)

Crimsoneyed rosemallow is a wonderful hardy hibiscus for large summer gardens. This semi-woody species originates from central and eastern North America and has an upright, shrubby habit. Its leaves are large, sometimes lobed and have a soft texture. From summer to fall enormous disc-shaped flowers of white, pink or red appear.

The cultivar 'Luna Blush' is a compact selection with very large flowers of blush pink that darken to red in the center.

Crimsoneyed Rosemallow is late to emerge...

(Luna Blush Rosemallow, Rosemallow)

Crimsoneyed rosemallow is a wonderful hardy hibiscus for large summer gardens. This semi-woody species originates from central and eastern North America and has an upright, shrubby habit. Its leaves are large, sometimes lobed and have a soft texture. From summer to fall enormous disc-shaped flowers of white, pink or red appear.

Members of the Luna series are compact and have very large flowers in various combinations of white, red and pink.

Crimsoneyed Rosemallow is late to emerge in the...

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Jessie Keith

(Luna Red Rosemallow, Rosemallow)

Luna Red dwarf hardy hibiscus is a wonderful dwarf form of rosemallow that is freely branching and presents deep red or burgundy flowers. About half the size of the species, this cultivar has an upright, shrubby habit. Its leaves are large, sometimes lobed and have a soft texture. From summer to frost enormous disc-shaped flowers will adorn the stem tips. Both butterflies and, since this cultivar is red, hummingbirds may stop by to harvest nectar. The plant will produce fertile seeds.

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