Australian Hibiscus is a small genus made up of only five, xenomorphic, woody shrublike species, which are all native of Australia growing in rocky to sandy sites in full sun. They have ornamental, dissected, hairy foliage and make numerous bright rose to lilac (white in one species) flowers cups. They are excellent, fast growing and very floriferous container plants for any well drained, preferably inorganic, rocky soil in full sun throughout the year. In winter reduce watering and keep plants at a minimum of some 15°C, always in full sun.
Sow at a minimum of some 20°C throughout the year in any very well drained soil. Keep seedlings in full sun.
20 seeds per package.