SOLVED: What're these?

Mysore, India(Zone 10a)

Does this belong to the Hibiscus family? There are the blood red ones and the pink varietiy as well. The flowers hang instead of upright.

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High Desert, CA(Zone 8a)

Abutilon ... http://www.thegardenhelper.com/abutilon.html , click on broken photo to see the plant... ma vie

This message was edited Monday, Jul 29th 3:20 AM

Mysore, India(Zone 10a)

Doubted with Abutilon in the link, I just browsed Floridian's plants and found this http://plantsdatabase.com/go/1819/ It is the same as in the link.

Helsinki, Finland(Zone 4b)

I saw that one in Tunisia, it was very common garden plant there.. I thought it was Abutilon too, but wasn't sure. Well, thanks for the link now ;)

Paxton, FL(Zone 8a)

Very easy to grow and hummingbirds love it.

Lutz, FL(Zone 9b)

Hi Dinu, Just saw this. Glad you were able to ID it!

Panhandle, FL(Zone 8a)

Floridian,
Is that Turk's Cap?

Mysore, India(Zone 10a)

That seems to be its common name.

Lutz, FL(Zone 9b)

Yes, they're commonly call Turk's Caps or, by some of the old timers around here, Sleepy or Nodding Hibiscus.

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