Halberleaf Rose Mallow (Hibiscus laevis)

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A great rain garden plant with showy flowers. Attracts pollinators and provides seeds and insects for birds.
Item #: HILAEs
Availability: Out of Stock.
Binomial Hibiscus laevis
A large plant that likes sunny areas with lots of moisture. The flowers are usually white with a scarlet center, though sometimes the flowers can be pink. Bumblebees are common visitors. Quite a few larvae of butterflies and moths feed on various parts of the plant. Halberdleaf rose mallow spreads by seed.

Uses: clay soil, bees, host plant, birds, rain gardens
Bloom time: July - September

Height: 4 to 6 feet
Space: 3 to 4 feet

Sun: Full sun (for best flowering) to light shade
Moisture: Average to moist

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