Hibiscus moscheutos lasiocarpos Crimsoneyed Rose Mallow Plants &
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Hibiscus moscheutos var. lasiocarpos, native rose mallow
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Hibiscus moscheutos var. lasiocarpos, Crimsoneyed Rosemallow is a tall, showy plant with large, 6 inch diameter flowers with white or pink petals and wine-colored centers. It has large heart-shaped leaves and is one of the largest wildflowers in the Ozarks. Crimsoneyed Rosemallow Hibiscus prefers moist, humus-rich soil and full sun to light shade. Rose Mallow contributes beautifully when used as an accent plant in the perennial flower garden or bog garden. Native Hibiscus combines well with Cardinal Flower, Blue Lobelia, Blue Flag, Marsh Milkweed, and Foxglove Beard-tongue.
Rose-mallow is highly deer resistant and a good plant for wetland gardens and habitat. It can tolerate some shade but flowers best and resists potential diseases in full sun. Rose Mallow tolerates summer heat and humidity but the soil should be kept moist throughout the seasons.
Hibiscus lasiocarpos seed germination is improved after a pretreatment of 2 or 3 weeks of cold moist stratification or when planted outside in the fall or early winter.
Hibiscus moscheutos var. lasiocarpos, native rose mallow is a large flowering plant occurring naturally along borders of ponds, marshes, lakes, and low wet woods from Florida to Texas, north to Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, and Oklahoma. Malvaceae (Mallow Family)
The map below shows areas where Hibiscus moscheutos var. lasiocarpos, native rose mallow plants grows wild but they can be planted and will grow over most of the Midwest and Eastern US.
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Hibiscus moscheutos var.
lasiocarpos, native rose mallow plant distribution map
complements of USDA, NRCS. 2001. The PLANTS Database, Version 3.1
(http://plants.usda.gov). National Plant Data Center, Baton Rouge, LA 70874-4490 USA.
Hibiscus lasiocarpos Cav.
Rose-mallow, Rosemallow, Woolly mallow, Wooly Rose-mallow
Malvaceae (Mallow Family)
Synonyms: Hibiscus moscheutos ssp. lasiocarpos
USDA Symbol: HILA6
USDA Native Status: Native to U.S.
An 3-5 ft. upright hairy perennial with toothed triangular to heart-shaped leaves and terminal flower clusters. The leaves toothed and alternate have long stems 4–6 inches. Stems are woody and somewhat brittle. The large white (occasionally pinkish) blossoms are 3–4 inches long with a crimson eye at the center. The petals fold up at night and look as though they had never been open. Stamens extend beyond the flower.
Bloom Color: White , Red , Pink
Bloom Time: Apr , May , Jun , Jul , Aug , Sep
Bloom Notes: Clumps of hibiscus start to grow late in the season and flower over a long period in late summer.
USA: AL , AR , CA , GA , IL , IN , KS , KY , LA , MS , MO , NM , OK , TN , TX
Native Distribution: MS & LA n. in Mississippi River basin to KY s. IL IN & MO
Native Habitat: Borders of sloughs ponds & ditches; low wet woods
Water Use: Medium
Light Requirement: Sun
Soil Moisture: Wet
Conditions Comments: Grow in average medium wet to wet soil in full sun. Tolerates some light shade; full sun produces best flowering and is the best environment for resisting potential diseases. Tolerates summer heat and humidity; soil should be kept moist throughout the seasons. Good for wetland gardens and habitat.
comments: Rose-mallow is highly deer resistant and a good plant for wetland gardens and habitat. It can tolerate some shade but flowers best and resists potential diseases in full sun. It tolerates summer heat and humidity but the soil should be kept moist throughout the seasons.