Beloved Around the World: the Hibiscus: Hybrid Tropical Hibiscus

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Beloved Around the World: the Hibiscus

By SongofJoy
September 3, 2015

Love for hibiscuses extends literally around the world. There are several hundred species in this large genus of flowering annuals and perennials. Here we'll focus on three main flower types, three species, and their distinctive characteristics.

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Nov 14, 2018 1:07 AM CST

My name is Jose Marie O. Trangco, call me JM. I was so thrilled to come across your website/Facebook page and found your email/contact address and hoping you won't mind my way of reaching out. I am from the Tropical Country of the Philippines and I was so amazed of how beautiful Hibiscus are in your Country. I was wondering how were you able to produce those beautiful varieties and make them bloom so beautifully in a temperate country like yours.

There are local Hibiscus here and are very hardy. we locally call them "Gumamela" and people usually doesn't care much about them because it seems that they still grow year round and flower very prolific with neglect just about everywhere.

I am just wondering because I do adore the beauty of Hibiscus, love to garden and I love flowers too. The varieties and flowers are very heat resistant especially here that the mid afternoon sun is very intense and really hot, but yet they don't really care, the blooms are still beautiful, never fading and the colors are just getting even more intense, THEY REALLY LOVED THE SUN and flower ALL Year round, they are forever perennials here.

Average temperatures in the Philippines usually range between 21 °C (70 °F) and 32 °C (90 °F) with the average yearly temperature coming in at around 26.6 °C (79.9 °F).

I am asking a BIG favor whoever has a good heart and soul and great kindness to share with me some Hibiscus seed? The varieties and cultivars you have there are just amazing and never thought that they can be propagated by seeds? We do cuttings here, and it grows so very easy and fast.

I really cannot purchase online because it ask for a Credit Card and I don't have one and it will cost me much because it is in US dollars. I am wondering if seeds will likewise grow in here just like their native cousins here which are terribly very hardy.

I am more interested with what you have their in your country, the varieties and the colors are 1 of a kind, never have I seen one in here. The singles and the doubles are just awesome, I have read about Hybrid Hibiscus and I am so excited to have even just one.

I hope someone reading my long letter will be kind enough to share some mixed Hybrid Hibiscus Seeds via Mail that I can try in here in my Country, the Philippines.

Thank you very much in advance and more power!


Mr. Jose Marie O. Trangco
# 75 Yulo Street, Isabela
Negros Occidental 6128

Email Address: [email protected]

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