Hibiscus schizopetalus 'Dancing Lady'
|Purple stems persist after the leaves were touched by a mid-November mild freeze |
This is a placeholder for now. The plant I purchased was labeled 'Hibiscus seziopetalus', which doesn't exist, and schizopetalus is the closest I can find. But our specimen has dark purple leaves, while I can't find a cultivar of that description online. So I'll see if it survives winter, and re-evaluate if/when it flowers next year.
In our garden, this plant grows in the following area: right fence border
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November 24, 2018