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Talking about Hibiscus (Hibiscus acetosella 'Panama Red'), tabbycat wrote:

I'm in zone 9, and so far in 2018 my potted plant has grown from 12 inches to 4 feet and is flowering. I cut it back to 12" in Dec. so it's easy to bring in my garage during winter freezes. I also put the cuttings in water to start a few new plants just in case I lose my plant. Last year the plant got 6 feet tall by fall. It would have gotten taller, but I trimmed it every couple of months, so it got bushier. It's a such an eye-catching color.

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Talking about White Texas Star Hibiscus (Hibiscus coccineus 'Alba'), tabbycat wrote:

I have these plants blooming this week, June 15, 2018. They are 6' and growing near my red ones by a wood fence where my neighbors can also enjoy their tropical look from their pool just over the fence. They'll bloom most of summer and grow to about 7 feet tall here in south Louisiana, zone 9.

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Talking about Texas Star (Hibiscus coccineus), tabbycat wrote:

I'm in south LA., zone 9, and my 7-foot-tall plants have their 1st flowers this week. I planted them by my back wood fence so my backdoor neighbor could also enjoy the blooms from their pool just over the fence.

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Talking about Roselle (Hibiscus sabdariffa), Hazelcrestmikeb wrote:

Sorrell is a popular drink in the Carribbean during the Christmas season. Touching the outer layer of the pods and then touching your skin will cause severe itching.

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Talking about Confederate Rose (Hibiscus mutabilis), Seedfork wrote:

This summer was the first year after at least 10 years that I actually had new plants volunteer from seed. I had tried on several occasions to plant seed and none ever geminated. This year I kept finding new small plants popping up all in the lawn. This year my neighbor discovered a plant growing probably 100 feet from any of the others I had given her. It is amazing how fast these plants can grow.

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