Rose Mallow (Hibiscus moscheutos)
Hibiscus moscheutos, also known as hibiscus is a perennial wildflower native to Michigan.
Plant reaches 5 feet tall and flowers from July to September with a white blossom.
It prefers full sun to partial shade, wet to medium soil and will grow in muck, clay or loam.
Shade Tolerance: Full sun to part sun
Moisture: Moist to Wet
Soils: Loam, Clay, Sand
Height: 4-6' tall
Bloom Time: July-September
Color: Pink, white, Red
Deer Resistant: Yes
Uses: Hummingbirds, Cut Garden, Naturalization, Rain garden, Wet garden
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