My dear parents started growing these hibiscus when I was in high school (oh, oh...does that reveal my age?). My father was a master gardener and could probably grow roots on a pencil. I have saved the seeds from these heirloom plants and have spread them round the world in memory of my dear parents. These grow here in cold Wisconsin even though they are a native of Hawaii.
By Joanne B.
Absolutely beautiful! I grow red, white, and yellow hibiscus but don't have any pink.
Would love to have some of your seeds down here in South Louisiana. Please email me sandyiballard @yahoo.com
This picture is beautiful! I enjoy seeing pics from other wisconsin gardeners since that is where I live also. If you have extra seeds and would like to spread the plants to east central Wisconsin I would surely love to give them a try! You can email me at email@example.com
I would love to carry on your parent's memory here in Northern Calif., I am in the Napa Valley. If you would like me to do that, it would be my pleasure. My E-Mail is Sherh1948@aol.com. I can take pix and show you the progress.
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