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Name: MaryAnn Smith
Belton, TX (Zone 8b)
May our gardens be as fertile as ou
Oct 7, 2011 7:46 AM CST
|I have multiple 'Haight Ashbury' False Roselle which is a tri-variegated hybrid...and 'Maple Sugar' False Roselle which is often mistaken for Red Japanese Maple in the garden because of the intensely red dissectum leaves. Both are container plants above zone 9, but can be planted out as a short-term perennial in the more southern areas. Both have stunning dark burgundy blooms.
The plants available are in 4" square pots and are well-rooted...many are beginning to bloom in the small pots. Top growth will be trimmed to approximately 6" for shipping.
I am looking for hardy hibiscus or old garden rose plants that I may not have...but will discuss other options as well.
...Specializing in Native and Drought-Tolerant Species...Certified Butterfly and Hummingbird Garden
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