This very pretty little plant also know as Flower-Of-An-Hour is a fantastic addition to the garden and we use it in our cottage garden area due to its propensity to self-sow. Hibiscus trionum as the name suggests has short-lived flowers which will droop and turn into lovely translucent seedpods which will scatter seed around so that new little plants will pop up in and around the garden. Leaves are green and serrated. The flowers are a lovely soft cream to pale yellow and are approximately 7cm in diameter with a stunning dark centre. A great addition to your borders. Bees love these big open flowers due to the easy access to pollen.
Here in Drury these lovely little plants cope with our temperatures and seem to overwinter well although further south they would definitely be frost tender so some shelter would be advised.
Height to 1m x 25cm Wide
Annual or short-lived perennial dependant upon your location
Plant size: PB2 - Equivalent 1.2 litres
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