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Article: Hibiscus – Native, Hardy, and Tropical
Loved this one too. Great job.
I have a Hardy Pink. It is so pretty and huge. I can't understand why some hate them...maybe just too common. Oh well, I don't baby mine and it keeps growing. I'll see if I can link a pic here for you.
Bought a Tropical for Grandma's Mother's Day present last year but it died in the winter. It was just splendid. Oh well, she got to enjoy it longer than cut flowers. (And so did the Hummers).
Love and Blessings,
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Aunt_A BTW: Don't know if you can see it clear enough, but there are 2 Bumble Bees in pic; they about fought over that one!
MitchF Lindsay, OK (Zone 7a) I have a pure white one from seed from the days at Race Track... soon it will be in the garden of a new pastors home :-)
Really stuning, I am working with cuttings right now of Rose of Sharons to get a hedge of them growing when we get a place.
Aunt_A Can you not keep the white one????
Lydia and Stephen have a pure white Rose of Sharon.
I have a couple of Rose of Sharon seedlings I can save for you if they don't get to big.
MitchF Lindsay, OK (Zone 7a) Would love them! - I am keeping the white one - it will soon be in a new pastors yard - Mine!
Aunt_A Oh...I get it now...LOL. It zipped right by me the first time.
Okay, they are still tiny right now. Once this 105 degree weather settles into a better pattern for awhile, I'll dig them up and pot them for you.
MitchF Lindsay, OK (Zone 7a) Thank you - we have a purple here I can get you cuttings of in the spring that was planted by Esthers great grandfather. ROS root great form bud cuttings.
Aunt_A Sounds great...now you'll probably have to remind me. Life is happening too fast. LOL I have some other seeds for you, too.
MitchF Lindsay, OK (Zone 7a) Thank you :-)
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