Perennial Hibiscus, Rose Mallow
Among the showiest flowering plants. Plants typically bear funnel-shaped blossoms, often with prominent stamens. The many species offer a wide range of flower colors.Hibiscus moscheutos
Native to eastern U.S. This species produces the largest flowers of all hibiscus, some reaching 1 ft. across, on an upright, shrubby plant 6 to 8 ft. tall and 3 ft. wide. Bloom starts in late spring or early summer and continues until frost, with most flowers in the red, pink, rose, and white range, many with a red eye. Oval, toothed leaves are deep green above, whitish beneath. Plants die to the ground in winter, even in mild climates. For most spectacular bloom, feed at 6- to 8-week intervals during growing season. Protect from wind. Seed-grown strains often flower the first year if sown indoors and planted outdoors early.'Blue River II'
Grows about 4 ft. tall and wide. Flowers to 10 in. across are pure white.'Crimson Wonder'
Can reach 5 ft. tall and wide, with slightly ruffled, rose-red flowers 9–11 in. across.'Dave Fleming'
Quick growth to 3-4 ft. tall and wide, with large, textured ruby-red flowers and maroon-tinted foliage.'James Fleming'
Hot pink flowers contrast nicely with maroon-tinted foliage on this fast-grower to 3–4 ft. tall and wide.'Lady Baltimore'
Reaches 4–7 ft. tall and wide, with 6–8-in. glowing pink flowers with a large red center.'Lord Baltimore'
To 4-7 ft. high and wide, with pleated, brilliant red flowers up to 10 in. across.'The Clown'
Light pink blooms with a slightly deeper pink blush and deep red center reach 6–8 in. across. Plant grows 4–7 ft. tall and wide.
Native to Texas, New Mexico, Mexico. Among finest textured and most billowy looking of all ornamental ...
Long-blooming shrub bears rose pink flowers with a deep red eye. Sets few or no seedpods.
Ruffled flowers are lavender pink with reddish purple eye. Long-blooming, produces little or no seed.