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Name That Hibiscus / Please

Posted by dethcheez Sunny SoCal Z10 (My Page) on
Tue, Jun 17, 14 at 4:05


Ran across some old pics I took at an arboretum about 4 years ago

For some reason I remembered it being a vine
But looking at it now I know it's a Hibiscus
(or at least I'm 99% sure it is / LOL)

Any Ways

Any help IDing would be greatly appreciated
'Cause I'd love to get one
But can't find the name


PS~ If you happen to have one & have a cutting or two you'd like to trade
Please LMK
Even if you don't know the name / LOL

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RE: Name That Hibiscus / Please

Abutilon hybridum 'Patrick', maybe (sorry, I don't have it)

RE: Name That Hibiscus / Please

Another possibility could be Abutilon x hybridum 'Orange Drop'...there are a number of peach\orange with red veins cultivars to choose from. The Abutilon shrubs are tropicals\tender perennials so your growing zone should be ideal.

You were very close with your guess of Hibiscus. Like the Abutilon, it is also a member of the Malvaceae (Mallow) family of plants.

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