Hibiscus comes in many different Varieties:
African Red Mallow” Clone from Kirstenbosch Bot. Garden with perennial stalks framed with showy red-maroon maple- like leaves with rounded (not pointed) tips, later topped with dusky coppery-magenta mallow flowers late summer on into winter. Cut to base after bloom cycle and will send up a clump of fresh purplish foliage. Sometimes marketed as a bold tall summer border plant for its dramatic purple foliage effect.
Hippy Paisley Hibiscus
A wonderful variegated form of Hibsicus eetveldianus. It makes a great outdoor summertime plant, but can be grown as a bright window plant inside at all times of the year.
Beautiful small featured ‘Cooperi’ selection with new leaves emerging ivory speckled with pink and veridian green, then darker green with age highlighted ivory and rose; very fetching red blossoms.
Weeping Hibiscus “Schizo” This is a Rare Variety