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Exotic flowers, unsurprisingly the symbols or national flowers of several tropical and subtropical countries.
Well-known as a tea with high vitamin C content.
Genus of more than 600 species of widely distributed deciduous and evergreen shrubs.
They occur in a variety of habitats including streamsides, moist woodland and dry, rocky sites.
DeciduousAnd evergreen shrubs, trees, annuals and perennials. Colour of flowers ranges through red, pink, purple, blue, yellow or white. Prominent stamens.
Additional FeaturesGood to knowOne of many plants known, confusingly, as 'Rose of Sharon'. Grown for their showy, mainly funnel-shaped flowers.Pests & DiseasesAphids, whitefly, scale insects, mealybugs, powdery mildew.Place of originWarm-temperate, sub tropical and tropical regions worldwide.
Soil ConditionsAlkaline / Chalk lovingFertile moist well-drained soilHumus-richNeutral to alkaline soil
Buy Varieties of HIBISCUS
dark leaves and brilliant red flowers. Herbaceous
cherry-red flowers. Herbaceous.
very large single blue flowers with a dark centre
large pure white flowers with crimped petals
pale rose with a dark red blotch. Single
large single deep rose-pink