Hibiscus coccineus

Bij ons steeds beter winterhard en een fantastische rode verrassing in de tuin! Als de hibiscus enkele jaren vaststaat groeit deze tot een. Hibiscus coccineus – Moerashibiscus met foto’s en info over hoe stekken, zaaien, vermeerderen, wanneer bemesten.

Hibiscus coccineus or scarlet rosemallow, is a hardy Hibiscus species that looks much like Cannabis sativa (marijuana). It is also known as Texas star, brilliant . Hibiscus coccineus is a vigorous, sturdy, erect, woody-based perennial that typically grows 3-6′ tall and features showy, hollyhock-like, 5-petale bright scarlet . The scarlet hibiscus (Hibiscus coccineus) occurs naturally in swamps, marshes and ditches, from southern Georgia and Alabama to central Florida.

Vaste plant chinese roos met prachtig blad. Scarlet rosemallow, Crimson rosemallow, Wild red mallow, Texas star hibiscus. Zeer grote open bloem, hoge stevige stengel, zeer warme zonnige plek om tot bloei te komen, vochtige gron ook langs vijverran ‘s winters afdekken, . Planting depth: Top of the pot should be 0-3 . Plant types and subtypes: Root Catalog, Perennials. Light Requirements: sun, part-sun, part-shade. Propagation: Seeds or division of roots.

Seeds need some form of scarification (such as scraping with a file). Availability: Native nurseries, FNPS plant sales. Een hibiscus die bij ons behoorlijk winterhard is.

Deze heeft schitterende rode bloemen van juli tot oktober en kan na een paar jaar een hoogte van meter . Great Red Hibiscus Seeds (Hibiscus coccineus), Great Red Hibiscus, a perennial native to the coastal swamps of Georgia and Florida, was adopted as an . Botanical names: Hibiscus coccineus. General information: This slender, multi-branched native perennial plant is an . Hibiscus coccineus Walter Show All Show Tabs scarlet rosemallow. Family: Malvaceae Group: Dicot Substrate: Terrestrial Habit: Shrub Perennation: Perennial Native Range: Southeastern United States. Tall open perennial with maple-like (or Marijuana-like !) leaves and bright red 3-inch flowers.

A splendid plant which, although from the swamps of Florida and Georgia, could prove surprisingly hardy in these Islands. Hibiscus coccineus is available for online purchase from Gateway Garden Center.