Rare and endemic species of hibiscus, native to regularly flooded lowland areas near the Neches, Angelina and Trinity rivers in eastern Texas.
Endangered in nature, rare in cultivation, true gem worth saving and protection in our yards.
Usually grows to 4' tall x 3' wide (taller in it's natural habitats), bigger white flowers in June to August, duck-foot shaped, narrow ornamental leaves - sometimes is called narrow-leaf hibiscus.
Attracts native bees.
Organically rich, mediu-moist,moist to wet soils. Hardy in zones 7 to 9, with proper winter protection hardy in zone 6.
Moist flower bed, streams, along water bodies, for bigger containers.
Pot size : deep square 3.5" x 5" pot
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