FINALLY, some blooms on my Hibiscus mutabilis
I'm really excited! The Hibiscus mutabilis plants that I started from stick-like stem cuttings late last winter are finally blooming. Yay! They rooted fairly quickly, and became nice shrubby specimens in the garden, and now, finally, they're starting to bloom. I love them!
As one would expect, these double flowered blooms open white and then fade to a nice pink by the end of the day. Today is the second morning and the blooms are pink and still holding on to the plant. Here are a couple of pics of the exact same bloom yesterday morning and this morning. I hope you'll take a look and enjoy. Me so happy.
Here is a link that might be useful: Pics, so far, from my garden November 2012