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Hibiscus aculeatus

Pineland Hibiscus

Pineland Hibiscus is a perennial species native to the southeastern U.S. Coastal Plain where it grows in flatwoods and damp roadside ditches, etc. It is more spreading, branched, and prickly than other native Hibiscus. The leaves are deeply lobed and rough to the touch. The flowers are several inches across and are creamy yellow with dark centers. It makes a good garden plant for the sunny beds or borders in the warmer zones. One of many native plants little known in cultivation when first offered by Woodlanders.

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2-3 Feet


2-3 Feet


USDA Hardiness Zone 7?-9

Characteristics & Attributes

Dies back
Sun Requirements
Full Sun