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Are these hybiscus or not ?

Posted by BillyClub Chicago area (My Page) on
Fri, May 13, 11 at 17:00

Before selling our home in Mo. about 9 or so years ago I saved some seeds from a deep burgandy flowers about 8 to 10" across that came up year after year with no special attention at all. Fast forward to the last year or so...after wife passed away in 09 I found the old seeds and planted them last year in some planters in back of the house and most took...After a couple of months I dug them up and replanted them along the garage, cut them back before the winter but never expected them to survive. However they did...
I know I'm doing things wrong such as how close to each other and where their planted but I'm having fun watching the little buggers grow, considering I haven't even fertilized or watered them yet this year...
Now for the $64 question are these hybiscus or weeds that I might have saved by mistake?

Where Planted...
"http://i522.photobucket.com/albums/w342/lotolc/BILD0445.jpg"

The Plant...
"http://i522.photobucket.com/albums/w342/lotolc/BILD0446.jpg"

Many Thanks 4 reading !!!

Here is a link that might be useful: The plant ?


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RE: Are these hybiscus or not ?

They kinda look like mulberry to me... :)


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