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Hibiscus cameronii (Cameron's Hibiscus)

100 (150)cm, Cameron's Hibiscus is an evergreen species from Madagascar, and extremely rare in cultivation. Hibiscus cameronii has soft woody branches with lobed leaves and showy, rather large light pink and white flowers with an inner wine red halo. In literature there is some confusion on this species as it is mentioned to be a parent of modern day Hibiscus x rosa-sinensis hybrids. Hibiscus cameronii belongs to section Furcaria whereas all Hibiscus x rosa-sinensis to section Lilibiscus, and these two sections do not hybridize at all with each other. The name "cameronii" (sometimes also spelled "cameroni") was misapplied to some early Hibisus liliflorus hybrid and does not refer to the true Hibiscus cameronii. For any rich, well drained substrate in full sun throughout the year and careful watering in winter at a minimum of 20°C. Germination in this species occurs unevenly over several weeks to months. Seeds are extremely scarce and you may not be able to locate them anywhere else but from us. III-IX.
10 seeds per package.

U.S. customers only: seeds cannot be shipped to the U.S.

price (plus Shipping Costs)
seed package0536 € 9,90

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