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50017  

Abutilon megapotamicum 'Pink Charm'




Abutilon megapotamicum Pink Charm

$9.95  

Bright pink flowers in profusion, trailing basket variety, small dark green foliage. Malvaceae


90038  

Abutilon pictum




Abutilon pictum

$9.95  

The species with bell-shaped apricot colored flowers with strong red veining. Showy upright shrub with maple-like leaves to 15 feet. Native of Brazil. Malvaceae


50022  

Abutilon pictum 'Gold Dust'




Abutilon pictum Gold Dust

$9.95  

Leaves boldly variegated yellow and green. Orange blooms with red veins. Malvaceae


90042  

Abutilon x hybridum 'Louis Sasson'




Abutilon x hybridum Louis Sasson

$9.95  

Nice selection with deep red-orange flowers on a compact shrub to 4 feet high. Malvaceae


50032  

Abutilon x hybridum 'Old Rose Belle'




Abutilon x hybridum Old Rose Belle

$9.95  

Bell-shaped flowers are a beautiful shade of rose-pink on this compact and very floriferous selection. Malvaceae


90043  

Abutilon x hybridum 'Orange Drop'




Abutilon x hybridum Orange Drop

$9.95  

Strong upright, vigorous growing shrub with bright orange flowers with red veins. Leaves large and dark green. Malvaceae


90044  

Abutilon x hybridum 'Pompeii'




Abutilon x hybridum Pompeii

$10.95  

Compact shrub to 4 feet high with free blooming warm orange-red flowers. Malvaceae


90045  

Abutilon x hybridum 'Red-Orange'




Abutilon x hybridum Red-Orange

$9.95  

Compact shrub to 4 feet high with free blooming orange-red flowers cupped like small hanging bells. Malvaceae


90046  

Abutilon x hybridum 'Rosalie'




Abutilon x hybridum Rosalie

$9.95  

Vigorous plant to 8 feet with medium to large soft pink flowers. Rounded shrub is dense with large dark green leaves. Malvaceae


50049  

Abutilon x hybridum 'Tangerine Belle'




Abutilon x hybridum Tangerine Belle

$9.95  

Large flaring tangerine-orange flowers with red veins. Malvaceae


90020  

Alyogyne hakeifolia - White Form




Alyogyne hakeifolia White Form

$9.95  

Large silky white hibiscus-like flowers, dark green needle-like foliage. Rapidly growing shrub to 10 feet high. Drought tolerant, sun loving. Intolerant of poor drainage and areas with wet summers. Native to deserts of South and Western Australia. USDA zones 9 - 10. Malvaceae


90017  

Alyogyne 'Lady Barbara Rose'




Alyogyne Lady Barbara Rose

$10.95  

Has pale lavender flowers with a distinct raspberry eye. Grows to six feet tall but can be kept to any height with pruning. Finely cut bright green foliage is unlike any other Alyogyne and gives mature plants an almost fern-like appearance. Grows very full and easily with little encouragement and the fern-like foliage coupled with the unique pale shade of lavender makes for a spectacular specimen plant. May be less sensitive to phosphorus than other types because of its mixed parentage. Never offered for sale before, this is it's first offering anywhere. Be the first to add this lovely plant to your garden. USDA zones 9 - 10. (Thompson) Malvaceae


90380  

Dombeya elegans hybrid

Pink Shrub Dombeya



Dombeya elegans hybrid

$12.95  

This beautiful evergreen shrub covers itself in clusters of honey-scented bright pink flowers from early October to mid-November. Unlike some other dombeyas, its flowers drop off cleanly after blooming. As no seed is produced, it's probably a hybrid. The actual D. elegans species, native to Reunion Island in the Indian Ocean, looks somewhat different. This could be the USDA introduction Dombeya 'Pink Clouds', but images posted online appear to be a lighter pink. It's moderately fast growing to a height of 10 feet with dense foliage and branches ascending outward from a central crown. Plant in full sun to part shade. Drought tolerant once established. USDA zones 9 - 11. We previously sold this as the cultivar Dombeya 'Seminole' in error. Malvaceae


51676  

Hibiscus 'Carnival'

Pink Cooperi



Hibiscus Carnival

$11.95  

Showy pink variegated foliage splashed pink, white and rose with shades of green. Dwarf, with single red flowers. Very tender to cold. Minimum temperature 40F. Malvaceae


69083  

Hibiscus 'Cooperi'




Hibiscus Cooperi

$10.95  

Showy variegated foliage splashed white and pink with shades of green. Dwarf, single red flowers. Malvaceae


90230  

Hibiscus diversifolius

Swamp Hibiscus



Hibiscus diversifolius

$10.95  

Large 4 inch yellow flowers with rich maroon blotch in center. Free-flowering in warmer months. Leaves have three to five lobes and are rough to the touch. Stems with short prickles. Grows fast to 3 or 4 feet high and wide. Responds well to pruning. Train against a wall or useful as a container plant. Likes full sun to part shade and is tolerant of a wide range of conditions such as dry or swampy ground, poor soil, wind, and light to moderate frost. Native to Tropical Africa and Asia. USDA zones 9 - 11. Malvaceae


90213  

Hibiscus 'El Capitolio Sport'

(Syn.: Hibiscus 'Salmon El Capitolio')



Hibiscus El Capitolio Sport

$10.95  

With soft apricot ruffled petals and a scarlet red center, it's even more colorful than its red parent, 'El Capitolio'. It has a most unusual formation with the end of the style massed with ruffled petals, resembling a flower within a flower or giving it a poodle effect. With flowers are up to 5 inches in size, it's a very prolific bloomer from early summer until fall. 'El Capitolio Sport' is the official (2002) registered International Hibiscus Society name given to it. This tall upright vigorous grower is ideal for training into a patio tree. Give full sun, good air circulation, and regular feeding. Best when allowed to be slightly dry between waterings. Protect from frost. USDA zones 9 - 11. Malvaceae


51677  

Hibiscus 'Hummels Fantasy'




Hibiscus Hummels Fantasy

$10.95  

Similar to Hibiscus 'Cooperi' but foliage has more white variegation and is very compact. Ideal potted plant. Very tender to cold temperatures. Minimum temperature 40F. Malvaceae


80112  

Hibiscus ovalifolius

(Syn.: Hibiscus calyphyllus), Rock's Hibiscus



Hibiscus ovalifolius

$10.95  

Hibiscus species used for ground cover and bedding plant in Hawaii. Also can be trained as a hedge or container plant. Sprawling growth to 3 feet high. Sulfur colored flowers with maroon eye. Blooms summer, fall. Full sun, average well-drained soil. Frost tender plant native to tropical Africa. USDA zones 10 and 11. Malvaceae


69081  

Hibiscus schizopetalus

Fringed Hibiscus



Hibiscus schizopetalus

$10.95  

Very ornate fringed double flowers streaked with pink and red hang from arching branches like little chandeliers. Blooms best with heat and humidity. Often grown as a hanging basket plant or trained as a standard. A most unusual hibiscus. Tropical East Africa. Malvaceae


90314  

Hibiscus splendens

Splendid Hibiscus, Hollyhock Tree, Pink Cottonwood



Hibiscus splendens

$13.95  

The splendid 6 inch flowers of this very rare Australian hibiscus are of a soft pink that are pinstriped with white veins. It blooms spring and summer, and sporadically at other times of the year. The large silvery lobed leaves are velvety to the touch, while the stem have a sparse covering of prickles. Plant this fast growing perennial shrub in well drained soil in sun or semi-shade. Grows 6 to 15 feet high. Regular tip pruning helps keep plant from becoming sparse. It grows well as a container plant and can tolerate some frost. Avoid high phosphorous fertilizers. Native to eastern Australia. Probably best in USDA zone 9. Malvaceae


52150  

Malvaviscus arboreus

Turk's Cap



Malvaviscus arboreus

$9.95  

Sprawling evergreen shrub, related to Hibiscus, with pendant bell-shaped flowers. Part shade to full sun. 28F. This one with downy leaves, red flowers. Malvaceae


52151  

Malvaviscus arboreus var. mexicanus 'Alba'

(Syn.: Malvaviscus penduliflorus)



Malvaviscus arboreus var mexicanus Alba

$9.95  

Sprawling evergreen shrub, related to Hibiscus, with pendant white bell-shaped flowers. Easily trained as a unique patio tree or useful as a hedge. Very drought resistant. Part shade to full sun. 28F. Malvaceae


52154  

Malvaviscus arboreus var. mexicanus 'Blush'




Malvaviscus arboreus var mexicanus Blush

$9.95  

Sprawling evergreen shrub, related to Hibiscus, with pendant blush colored bell-shaped flowers. Easily trained as a unique patio tree or useful as a hedge. Very drought resistant. Part shade to full sun. 28F. Malvaceae


52152  

Malvaviscus arboreus var. mexicanus 'Red'




Malvaviscus arboreus var mexicanus Red

$9.95  

Sprawling evergreen shrub, related to Hibiscus, with pendant showy red bell-shaped flowers. Easily trained as a unique patio tree or useful as a hedge. Very drought resistant. Part shade to full sun. 28F. Malvaceae


52153  

Malvaviscus arboreus var. mexicanus 'Rosea'




Malvaviscus arboreus var mexicanus Rosea

$9.95  

Sprawling evergreen shrub, related to Hibiscus, with pendant pink bell-shaped flowers. Easily trained as a unique patio tree or useful as a hedge. Very drought resistant. Part shade to full sun. 28F. Malvaceae


80057  

Pachira glabra

(Syn.: Bombax glabra), Malabar Chestnet, Money or Lucky Tree



Pachira glabra

$24.95  

A small evergreen tree, it makes an ideal potted indoor plant, bonsai, or outdoor specimen with a caudiciform trunk and is grown for its delicious seeds, which can be eaten either raw or roasted. Roasted they taste like chestnuts or cashews, raw they taste like peanuts and keep for months in a cool, dry place. The large, white, self-fertile flowers display spectacular clusters of 4 inch cream-white stamens. Plant in frost free location, well-drained soil, and in part shade to full sun. Tropical America. Malvaceae


90168  

Pavonia missionum

Red Mallow



Pavonia missionum

$10.95  

Uncommon evergreen shrub, growing about 5 feet high and wide, with abundant 1½ inch vibrant orange-red flowers centered with golden stamens from late winter through summer. The 2½ inch leaves are aromatic, lobed, and slightly hairy with the presence of a sticky resin. An easy plant to mix with other flowering shrubs or as a container plant that is enjoyed by butterflies. Plant in full sun or light shade with average watering. It's tender, but has reportedly survived temperatures in the mid twenties. Native to southern Brazil, Argentina, and Paraguay. USDA zones 8 - 11. Malvaceae


62140  

Pavonia x gledhillii 'Rosea'

(Syn.: Pavonia multiflora, Triplochlamys multiflora - both incorrectly applied), Brazilian Candles



Pavonia x gledhillii Rosea

$10.95  

Showy long lasting feathery carmine red bracts held upright in candelabra fashion. Narrow dark green foliage. Grows 4 to 5 feet high. Give morning sun, afternoon shade. Apparently this is a 19th Century hybrid of Pavonia makoyana and Pavonia multiflora. Native to Brazil. Minimum temperature of 32F. USDA zones 9b - 11. Malvaceae


80089  

Phymosia umbellata

Mexican Bush Mallow



Phymosia umbellata

$11.95  

Three inch red mallow-like flowers on a spreading evergreen shrub or small tree to 15 feet with deeply lobed grayish green velvety leaves. Hummingbirds love it. Plant in good well-drained soil in sun or partial shade. Hardy outdoors in mild climates. Can take a light frost. Rare. Native to Mexico. Malvaceae


65116  

Sida fallax 'Black Coral'




Sida fallax Black Coral

$9.95  

Dwarf Hawaiian upright small shrub with single golden orange flowers and dark stems. Malvaceae


90231  

Talipariti elatum

(Syn.: Hibiscus elatus), Blue Mahoe, Cuban Bast



Talipariti elatum

$15.95  

This large tree has a straight trunk and a broad crown growing fast to 75 feet. The brilliant 4 inch blossoms open orange-red fading to dark maroon by the end of the day. Heart-shaped leaves are up to 8 inches wide. It provides a beautiful and durable hardwood which is used for fine woodworking, such as cabinet making, furniture, carvings, and musical instruments. There is an article about the tree here, which is growing in the City of Los Angeles. Native of Cuba and Jamaica and naturalized in Puerto Rico. USDA zones 9b - 11. Malvaceae


51679  

Talipariti tiliaceum 'Tricolor'

(Syn.: Hibiscus tiliaceus 'Variegated'), Tricolor Sea Hibiscus, Variegated Hau Tree, Mahoe 'Tricolor'



Talipariti tiliaceum Tricolor

$15.95  

This is the variegated variety of the Hawaiian Hau Tree, Talipariti tiliaceum, with striking multicolored leaves of red, pink, white and green. Flowers are hibiscus-like, which open yellow in the morning, fading to red by day's end. It normally grows as a shrubby, thicket-forming plant, but the trunk can be cleaned up to make a small or medium-sized tree. Great as a container plant for its colorful foliage. Takes seaside plantings as it tolerates salt spray. It needs warmth in winter, since this 'Tricolor' variety is very intolerant to cold and frost. Minimum temperature about 45F. Native to the South Pacific. USDA zones 10 - 12. Malvaceae


90559  

Talipariti tiliaceum var. purpurascens

(Syn.: Hibiscus tiliaceus 'Rubra', 'Purpurea'), Red Cottonwood, Purple Hau Tree



Talipariti tiliaceum var purpurascens

$10.95  

A different leaf selection of the common Hawaiian Hau tree with evergreen heart-shaped leaves of a beautiful bronzy-purple color and small orangy-brown hibiscus-like flowers. In the tropics it grows to 20 feet high, sprawling as wide. It can be trained into a dense round street tree, used as a windbreak, or as an attractive specimen plant. Best grown in full sun in moist, well drained soil. Grows along the seacoast and can tolerate salt spray. Very frost tender. Minimum temperature about 45F. Native to the South Pacific. USDA zones 10 - 12. Malvaceae





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