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hibiscus syriacus

Posted by Desirai 7B (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 7, 13 at 0:08

Hi I got some syriacus seeds, they look like regular hibiscus syriacus seeds except they have little furs around them.
Does anyone know what they might grow into?


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RE: hibiscus syriacus

Isn't that the rose of sharon? It'll probably look something like this if its anything like the one i have.


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RE: hibiscus syriacus

Deserai,
I have seen fuzzy vs. not on all varieties of Hibs. I do not think you can determine what the type will be by the seed. I have seeds from 'Athena', 'Minerva', 'Aphrodite', 'Blue Satin', and more. I do like Hibiscus Syriacus (Rose of Sharon) as they do very well in my location. Good luck with your new seeds.
Ed


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The only fuzzy ones I have are the Confederate Rose Hibiscus. The seeds are tan and the fuzz makes the seed size double.

This post was edited by wally-1936 on Wed, Mar 27, 13 at 21:47


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RE: hibiscus syriacus

well thank you for the info and beautiful picture


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