The Turk's Cap's seedpod
Foliage of turk's cap taken May 4,2003 at St Joseph's Church, Waxahachie,TX
1st 3 blooms on this plant
Someone gave my mother this plant about 35 years ago. It does need a lot of room, but an interesting plant.
Hummingbirds love it!
Venice, Florida, October 2003
This Malvaviscus arboreus var. drummondii is growing in a container.
The fruits are edible...but mealy tasting.
Blooms in the winter
The flowers seem to last and last.
Truk's cap on my fence, October 2004. I love it.
White Turk's cap, very lovely but not as prolific as the red,
Emerging Turk's Cap, 2-24-05
This is a beautiful hibiscus relative.
Turk's Cap bloom. The flower never opens completely, but it's still very pretty
Such vivid red colored flowers, velvet maple leaf shaped leaves.
Flowers look like glowing candles in the early morning light.
not quite fully opened and hangin' w/a 'friend'...
w/the morning dew
Turk's Cap flowers, Baton Rouge, LA (8B) August 12, 2009
Seedpod before it starts turning red 9.9.2011
Close up of a blossom. Plant likes partial shade in Tucson, AZ, zone 9b.