|San Marcos Hibiscus, Gossypium harknessii.|
|San Marcos Hibiscus Flowers.||San Marcos Hibiscus Flower.|
|San Marcos Hibiscus Flower.||San Marcos Hibiscus Leaves.|
San Marcos Hibiscus.
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An evergreen shrub, growing moderately fast to about 3 feet tall with a 4 feet spread; dark green broad shiny leaves.
Sun Exposure: Full sun to part shade.
Height: Evergreen bush slowly growing to about 3 to 6 feet tall and 3 to 5 feet wide.
Flowers: Bright yellow flowers, 2 inches wide, with 5 red dots, from late spring to the fall.
Blooming Time: Late spring through summer, Especially May - June. They reflower from August to frost, in response to the summer rains.
Leaves: Cordate broad shiny.
Found: Native to Baja California, Mexico.
Elevation: Native from 0 - 2,500 feet.
Soil pH requirements:
Habitat: Alkaline, well-drained/light soils. An ideal landscape plant in Arizona.
Miscellaneous: Flowering Photos Taken May 18, 2006. Gilbert, Arizona.
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