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need help identifying hibiscus

Posted by asta utah zone 5 (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 6, 07 at 0:16

hi
i and new to the hibiscus hobby 3 years ago me and the wife bought 3 Perennial plants from a local nurshery which is no longer in buisness... i am trying to find out what species my plants are they grow about a foot in highth and a foot wide the flower and leaves are close to the Hibiscus grandiflora my niehboors keep asking me what they are and all i can say is they are a hibiscus and this year i have added these as well
Hibiscus coccineus - texas star
HIBISCUS MOSCHEUTOS - moi grande
HIBISCUS MOSCHEUTOS - flare red river
Hibiscus moscheutos - Lady Baltimore
Hibiscus syriacus - Rose of Sharon

please help


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RE: need help identifying hibiscus

here are the website address where the photos can be viewed

http://i13.photobucket.com/albums/a272/eagle990_3/P1010007.jpg
http://s13.photobucket.com/albums/a272/eagle990_3/P1010005.jpg

you may have to copy and paste


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