Texas Star Hibiscus Seeds - Stunning Crimson Blossoms
Growing Texas Star Hibiscus, named after its stunning four inch crimson blossoms. The Texas Star Hibiscus, also known by its botanical name of Hibiscus coccineus, boasts big, beautiful blooms. Oddly, the serrated, star shaped leaves cause frequent identity problems as the Texas Star Hibiscus is mistaken for the marijuana plant. Its lengthy bloom season, from June through October, provides lush summer and fall color for gardens The Texas Star Hibiscus enjoys moist soil USDA Plant Hardiness Zones 5 through 10.
Sowing: Soak seeds overnight in water. Sow seeds 1/2 inch in soil. Keep moist.
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