||Deep scarlet red flowers on the upper leaf axils of this native plant. The large bold dark green leaves make a striking effect against the 6 inch flowers.
|Height x Width
||4-7' H x 4-6' W
||Water regularly until established.
Texas Star Hibiscus is a slender, multi-branched, perennial shrub that blooms from June to October. It produces eye catching, red and white, star-shaped blooms that are three to four inches wide. Unlike its tropical cousins, Texas Star Hibiscus can withstand most of our winters, barring any truly harsh freezes. This Hibiscus does well in moist soils and is great along streams or in rain gardens.