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Re: RE: Fringed hibiscus

Thank you, Donna.

David, check it out. It's from sub-tropical Africa. H. rosa-sinensis is from sub-tropical China. I may have a cutting that will survive.

On Saturday, September 18, 2004, at 06:36 PM, Donna wrote:

For those interested in seeing Jim's fringed hibiscus wander over to:


and what a beauty it is.....

For all links to all of Jim's photos:


Sorry it is late, out goofing off today and not checking e-mail.....

-----Original Message-----
From: james singer

Donna, this is a picture of the fringed hibiscus [H. schizopetalus]
Please post it for me. Thanks.

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