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Hibiscus aculeatus (Pinelands Mallow) slide #61433
Sauls Rd

Hibiscus aculeatus (Pinelands Mallow)

SunZone: 7-10 48" tall Origin: USA

Open House/Web-Only! This wonderful native from NC, south and west to Texas, is one of the lesser-known of our native mallows. Hibiscus aculeatus is found in upland bogs, roadside ditches, and coastal pinelands within the Southeast. Although it likes moist feet, we have had very good luck growing it in raised sandy berms with regular watering. The fuzzy 4' stems are clothed with lobed, okra-like leaves. From the leaf axils, plenty of 4-5" open, cone-shaped, light yellow flowers highlighted with a dark purple eye are produced from early summer until fall. Virtually everything about this plant is fuzzy...do not approach without a razor in hand. Pot size: 24 fl. oz (709.77 ml)

#05905 - $14.00  

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