Orange Hibiscus ID please

luvsgrtdanesSeptember 1, 2005

Does anyone know what this may be. I bought a red one and this was also in the pot surprisingly.

Thanks, Ronnie

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Hi,don't know what it is.But it sure is pretty.You don't happen to have any seeds,that you might want to trade,do you ?

    Bookmark   September 1, 2005 at 8:37PM
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bruggirl100(z9 FL)

It's just called a "double orange" as far as I know. It's tropical, so it will have to be brought inside in the winter.

Margaret, tropicals don't have seeds.

    Bookmark   September 10, 2005 at 3:27PM
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brianmkerr(S/CoastQLD Aust)

Hi Margaret, Possibly Crown Of Warringah?

Species of the Tropicals and some early hybrids and a few modern day hybrids do set seed alone, but with general modern day tropicals, they need to be hand pollinated 'when the conditions are right'(a subject in itself). To qualify that, about 60% of singles do set seed easily when they are ready and pollen is viable, about 20% can be hard to set seed and about 20% never seem to most of us. Most doubles will not set seed, but a few do. Some of the doubles that change to be singles as weather cools do set seed.

Don't give up on seed, but don't expect your double to co-operate by itself. Try Pride of Hankins as a double that self sets seed.

Good luck.
Regards, Brian Kerr.

    Bookmark   September 11, 2005 at 11:47PM
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