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RE: Re: [CHAT Hibiscus/Monarchs


This is my first year for a tropical hibiscus.... the other hardy
varieties around here never do this.... and are not as showy either...

Glad to hear I am panicking for nothing!

Donna

> 
> Hi Donna, looks like a normal bloom for some varieties to me.  Where
is
> David
> when you need a Hibiscus expert??  Just speaking from experience, I
have
> several Hibiscus that start out the season early on as apparent
singles
> and then
> as the blooms mature and the heat picks up they get more of their
double
> appearance.  Perhaps this is what is happening with yours.  Some
Hibiscus
> have
> "pompoms" that appear out of the center.  Could also be some mutation
that
> happened
> with a particular bloom....although this doesn't appear to be unusual
to
> me.
> 
> Noreen
> zone 9
> Texas Gulf Coast

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