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Pavonia missionum Red Mallow Orange Hibiscus Rare

Pavonia missionum rubra hibiscus red mallow
Pavonia missionum Red Mallow Orange Hibiscus Rare

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Starter plant of Pavonia missionum, Pavonia rubra, Red Mallow. This very rarely seen native of Argentina Brazil and Paraguay is a small flowered relative normally seen only in botanical gardens is an upright shrubby perennial and can bloom while still relatively small. 6 feet tall, 5 feet wide. In late winter on through summer appear the 1 and a half inch wide outwardly facing orange red flowers with a golden center of bundled stamens. Hardy to around 25 degrees, may survive weather in the teens for a short period of time. Full sun to light shade. Any garden soil. Very easy to grow and is very heat tolerant but does not like its roots to dry out completely.



Hibiscus moscheutos Plum Crazy | Starter Plant

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Hibiscus moscheutos Plum Crazy | Starter Plant

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Here I am offering a Pint Plant of this Hibiscus moscheutos Plum Crazy, also known as Hardy Hibiscus, Rose Mallow, and Swamp Mallow. This one has purplish pink petals with a dark pink center which is exceptionally nice. They are anywhere from 8 to 10 inches across. Growing up to 4 feet tall and 2 feet wide, this is a real asset to your yard. Oval shaped leaves of medium green add extra interest to this 3 to 4 foot open shrub. USDA Hardiness Zones 5 to 9



Hibiscus moscheutos Plum Crazy | Quart Plant

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Hibiscus moscheutos Plum Crazy | Quart Plant

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Here I am offering a Quart Plant of this Hibiscus moscheutos Plum Crazy also known as Hardy Hibiscus Rose Mallow and Swamp Mallow. This one has purplish pink petals with a dark pink center which is exceptionally nice. They are anywhere from 8 to 10 inches across. Growing up to 4 feet tall and 2 feet wide, this is a real asset to your yard. Oval shaped leaves of medium green add extra interest to this 3 to 4 foot open shrub. USDA Hardiness Zones 5 to 9



Hibiscus pedunculatus Wild pink Hibiscus

Starter plant of Hibiscus pedunculatus or wild pink hibiscus Starter plant of Hibiscus pedunculatus or wild pink hibiscus
Hibiscus pedunculatus Wild pink Hibiscus

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starter plant 3 to 6 inches of Hibiscus pedunculatus or wild pink hibiscus. A small dainty erect shrubby perennial in that grows 3 to 6 feet. Rough leaves are covered with star shaped hairs. Blossoms range from light pink to dark pink in zones 9-11. This fast growing plant prefers hot moist summers.



Weeping Pink Albo Lacinatus tree

Starter plant of the Hibiscus Weeping pink Albo Lacinatus Starter plant of the Hibiscus Weeping pink Albo Lacinatus
Weeping Pink Albo Lacinatus tree

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Starter plant of the Hibiscus Weeping pink Albo Lacinatus. This shrub 6 to 8 foot shrub produces these weeping sprays of soft delicate pink blossoms that cover the shrub for most of the summer. The foliage is smooth textures evergreens. This plant is in blossom from mid summer through last fall in my zone 8B, and is hardy to zone 11. Very easy to grow and keep in bounds and is very heat tolerant and is somewhat drought tolerant. Used mostly as a specimen tree.



Hibiscus tropical Pink Matensis

Starter plant of very hard to find Hibiscus tropical Pink Matensis Starter plant of very hard to find Hibiscus tropical Pink MatensisStarter plant of very hard to find Hibiscus tropical Pink Matensis
Hibiscus tropical Pink Matensis

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Quart plant of very hard to find Hibiscus tropical Pink Matensis. This hibiscus shows off its multicolored foliage. Growing 6 to 8 feet tall and stays evergreen in zones 9a to 11. Wonderful dark pink blossoms appear in fall in full sun with some light shade. This plant is attractive to bees, butterflies and birds. This plant is suitable for growing indoors.



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