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Hibiscus insularis

Classification

Order: Malvales
   Family: Malvaceae
            Genus: Hibiscus
                        Specie: Hibiscus insularis

Planting Season: Evergreen

Height at Maturity: 12 ft (3.5 m)

Cultivation: Rich, moist, well-drained soil

Features: Smooth-edged leaves; pale lemon flowers spring, summer and autumn

Uses: Tropical gardens Screen Shrub borders

Zones: 10-12

Description: This very rare plant is a native of Phillip Island in the Norfolk Island group, off the eastern coast of Australia. It forms a dense, bushy, branching evergreen shrub growing up to 12?ft (3.5?m) in height, with a spread of 6?ft (1.8?m). It has small smoot

Growth Habit: Dense, bushy, branching habit

Comments: Very rare plant







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