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Hibiscus ferrugineus

seeds of Hibiscus ferrugineus. Native to South Africa; lovely coral flowers all summer long; likes drier situations, its seeds looking like those of our native desert plants which don't do well in our wet winters; great pot plant; easily germinates to act as an annual in warm summer gardens that do not get much rain. Zones 8-11.
Hibiscus ferrugineus

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Seeds from Hibiscus ferrugineus. Native to South Africa, lovely coral flowers all summer long, likes drier situations, its seeds looking like those of our native desert plants which do not do well in our wet winters, great pot plant, easily germinates to act as an annual in warm summer gardens that do not get much rain. Zones 8 to 11.



Hibiscus furcillatus Sleepy Hibiscus

seeds of the beautiful Hibiscus furcellatus, salad Hibiscus, Linden-leaf roemallow or Sleepy Hibisucs. Growing up to 8 feet tall and 4 feet across, this dark rosy blossom with the dark maroon center is a real eye catcher. This amazing hibiscus grows  fast and spreads wide, also. Needs to be pruned as to not become leggy. If pruned constantly, forms a nice big shrub. Tolerates dry conditions. Started to bloom in autumn. Covered all over with flowers that open in the morning, and by afternoon they contort into knots. Leaves are very tasty and are used in salads - it's a great source of Vitamin C. Seeds are used for making delicious tea.  Hardy to zones 9-11.
Hibiscus furcillatus Sleepy Hibiscus

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Seeds from the Hibiscus furcellatus, salad Hibiscus, Linden-leaf roemallow or Sleepy Hibisucs. Growing up to 8 feet tall and 4 feet across, this dark rosy blossom with the dark maroon center is a real eye catcher. This amazing hibiscus grows fast and spreads wide, also. Needs to be pruned as to not become leggy. If pruned constantly, forms a nice big shrub. Tolerates dry conditions. Started to bloom in autumn. Covered all over with flowers that open in the morning, and by afternoon they contort into knots. Leaves are very tasty and are used in salads - it's a great source of Vitamin C. Seeds are used for making delicious tea. Hardy to zones 9-11.



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