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Hibiscus trionum Overview
This species may be an annual or biennial herb or subshrub growing to about 1m with a spread of 60cm. The leaves are hairy and usually divided into deep lobes. In the summer and autumn it will produces small pale yellow flowers with a deep crimson, almost black centre.
How to propagate Hibiscus trionum
Seed in spring, shrubs and trees by greenwood cuttings in late spring. Semi-ripe cuttings in summer, perennials by division in autumn or spring.
Other uses of Hibiscus trionum
Grown for their flowers. Suitable for coastal conditions.