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Hibiscus cf. genevii (Rose Mauritius Mandrinette Hibiscus)

150 (200)cm, Rose Mauritius Mandrinette Hibiscus is a rare and highly endangered, evergreen wild species from the island of Mauritius, where is was thought to be extinct until a couple of plants were rediscovered in 1968. The pure species has small leaves and rather large, very ornamental, pale rose flowers. In cultivation there is one genetic line present (our seeds) which most likely is of hybrid origin with probably Hibiscus boryanus as the second elder. Juvenile leaves in these plants are needle like and correspond to the species, however flowers have a somewhat different color with a more orange to salmon tinge. Hence we offer these seeds as Hibiscus cf. genevii, as the identity of these plants is still unclear. Easily grown in any rich, well drained substrate in full sun throughout the year and reduced watering in winter at a minimum of 20°C. Seeds from all Hibiscus species in section Lilibiscus (e.g Hibiscus arnottianus, Hibiscus cooperi, Hibiscus denisonii, Hibiscus fragilis, Hibiscus genevii, etc. ) germinate unevenly over a period of several months. Keep pots in a warm spot and the soil slightlly moist until germination will occur. IV-VII.
5 seeds per package.

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

price (plus Shipping Costs)
seed package0686 € 14,90

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