Hibiscus plants may the Tropical type of hibiscus, the ones with the large flowers that we know as Hawaiian Hibiscus, and these require a frost free environment to thrive.
Very popular in home gardens and are also used widely in landscaping applications.
In cooler areas try growing tropical hibiscus in pots and move them to a frost free area on a patio in cooler months.
Hibiscus syriacus is a deciduous hibiscus that will grow in cooler climates. Hibiscus Plants, Seeds and Cuttings are available for sale from online Mail Order Nurseries
- Hawian or 'Tropical Hibiscus' are Hibiscus rosa sinensis, might actually be better named Chinese hibiscus where it originally came from. However it was in Hawaii that the first real hybridised Hibiscus were produced.
- Hibiscus moscheutos 'Southern Belle'. A Perennial Hibiscus with a late summer display of large flowers, almost as big a dinner plates these satiny flowers in red, pink or white are a show stopper.
Hibiscus moscheutos 'Disco Belle' are a little smaller but equally attractive. Also known as the 'Rose Mallow' or 'Swamp Mallow' Hibiscus moscheutos prefer a moist position. Look also for 'Dixie Belle'.
- Hibiscus schizopetalus sometimes called Japanese Lantern or Japanese Hibiscus is actually a species of to areas of Africa including, Kenya, Tanzania and Mozambique. This is a fascinating species with 'hanging flowers'. Also known as the 'fringed rosemallow'.
Hibiscus varieties are available for sale from the following nurseries
P.O. Box 390685
Specialising in tropical hibiscus rosa-sinensis hybrids and native hawaiian hibiscus. We sell Hibiscus Plants, Seeds and Cuttings
2309 Woodland Way Brunswick GA 31520
Specialising in Passiflora such as: Nigradeia, Kewensis, Riparia, Tulea, Yucatanense, Sunburst, Fledermouse, Atropurpura, Triloba, Holosericea, and Ruby Glow Also plants and seeds
4660 Cresent Av. SW La Belle. FL 33735 USA
Premium exotic hibiscus.