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Beginner Gardening: Has anyone grown Pink Turk's Cap (malvaviscus arboreus)?

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Cedar Valley, OK
(Zone 6b)

April 19, 2012
12:56 PM

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Does anyone have experience growing Pink Turk's Cap (not turk's cap lily). I just purchased it and it is supposed to grow in sun to partial shade but the spot I am considering planting it is under an arbor which gets about an hour of mid-day sun and then sun from about 4:00 pm on. The soil is moist, rich clay. Borderline on zones 6-7 in Oklahoma. This plant was introduced by Greg Grant from Texas. Any advice would be appreciated.

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