Hibiscus coccineus – Gräser im kübel überwintern

Hibiscus coccineus

It is also known as Texas star, brilliant . Established plants can have one to . This robust wildflower has sturdy . Native Range ‎: ‎Southeastern United States Height ‎: ‎3. Malvaceae (Mallow Family). Hibiscus coccineus Walter.

This hardy hibiscus, that looks much like . Planting depth: Top of the pot should be 0-below the water surface. Propagation: Seeds or division of roots. Availability: Native nurseries, FNPS plant sales.

This beautiful perennial plant with bright scarlet or white “alba” flowers. A splendid plant which, although from the swamps of Florida and Georgia, could prove surprisingly hardy in these Islands. One of the most spectacular native plants.

Plant types and subtypes: Perennials.

Light Requirements: sun, part-sun, part-shade. Biological plant filter for ponds. Species coccineus means crimson or scarlet. General information: This slender, multi-branched native perennial plant is an . A fine selection of seeds of different types of plants, cultivated here at Latour-Marliac, with its instructions. Various species are used for fiber, seed oil, timber, food and medicines.

Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial Share Alike 2. Citation, HIBISCUS COCCINEUS Walter, Fl. Planted by George Washington and admired by Bartram in his catalog as “a most elegant flowering plant”, Texas Star has startlingly large luminous bright red . Since the petals are separated . This hibiscus grows well in wet or dry soil. Like the red species 6-across. Scarlet Rose Mallow – White form. This wonderful naturalized Texas perennial is also known as scarlet rose mallow.

No higher resolution available. La Ketmie écarlate est également appelée Etoile du Texas. Elle est originaire des régions marécageuses du Sud-est des Etats-Unis.