What Type of Flower Is This?

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June 9, 20200 found this helpful

hibiscus coccineus

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June 9, 20200 found this helpful

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June 9, 20200 found this helpful

The name of the flower is a Hibiscus coccineus, the scarlet rosemallow. This flower looks like a Cannabis sativa. It is also known as Texas star, brilliant hibiscus, and scarlet hibiscus.

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June 9, 20200 found this helpful

It looks like a red water hibiscus:

www.lilyblooms.com/.../

Pretty!

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June 10, 20200 found this helpful

This is lovely.
I love all the different colors and shapes of the Hibiscus family but this one is one of the unusual ones that is not seen in most of the local plant stores - or I was never able to find it in one of mine and I live in the right zone for growing Hibiscus (USDA zone 9 - Florida).

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This particular plant is said to take more water than the regular Hibiscus plants as it is called a 'bog' plant but I have a similar one and it seems to do well with our regular rains.

todayshomeowner.com/.../

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June 11, 20200 found this helpful

This beauty that you have is called - Red Water Hibiscus - this one of the few Hibiscus that can live in soil and about 4" of water. Here is a little info about such beauty - www.lilyblooms.com/.../

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