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As a comment about Texas Star (Hibiscus coccineus), frostweed wrote:

This plant grows naturally in the swamps so it likes lots of water, but surprisingly it will also do well in average garden situations with a little additional water, the beauty and simplicity of the blooms make it worth the extra effort.
Name: Alda yarbrough
Tx. (Zone 8a)
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Sep 7, 2016 9:38 AM CST
I saw your photo of the scarlet red rose of Sharon. Do you have seed or cuttings to trade or for postage. I live in deep east Tx. and have lots of pink light and dark, and red/white stripe. I also have the big burgundy dinner plates and a small solid white. The white just bloomed this year. Be happy to trade seeds with you or pay postage. cillay
Name: josephine
Arlington, Texas (Zone 8a)
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Sep 8, 2016 11:22 AM CST
I am sorry, but I don't have any of those seeds right now.
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