Hibiscus moscheutos


Common Names: Swamp-rose mallow, rose mallow, crimsoneyed rosemallow, eastern rosemallow
Category: Plants
Sub-category: Hibiscus genus


A cold-hardy perennial wetland plant that can grow in large colonies. The hirsute leaves are of variable morphology, but are commonly deltoidal in shape with up to three lobes. There exist in nature numerous forms, and petal colors range from pure white to deep rose, and most have an eye of deep maroon.

Found near wetlands or in flower gardens and landscaping as a cultivated plant.

Primary Flower Color: Pink
Secondary Flower Color: White
 
Edible Notes: No available information on edibility.
Warnings: Not known to be dangerous.
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