Hibiscus coccineus 'Alba' (White Texas Star or White Swamp Hibiscus)

Height: 8-10 feet
Spread: 4-5 feet
Light: Full to part sun. Flowers best in full sun.
Soil:
Description: Herbaceous, native perennial with an upright, erect habit. Medium green, serrated foliage adds a tropical feel to the garden. White, dinner-plate sized flowers with five distinct petals cover the plant from midsummer until frost. Bee and butterfly magnet! This is a specimen with extra drama. Rich, moist soil to get plant established. Drought tolerant once established.


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