By Lene Andersen. Health care writer, RA and disability advocate, wheelchair user and camera nut. Author of Your Life with Rheumatoid Arthritis: Tools for Managing Treatment, Side Effects and Pain
I think it's a hibiscus-- if so, it's also edible. :)
it does look sort of like a hibiscus, but I don't think it is. It's much bigger, the leaves are different and the flower has a flashiness that I haven't seen in hibiscus
Hibiscus come in many sizes, from the small-flowered bushes we call 'Rose of Sharon' around here to the big tropical dinner-plate sized blossoms my Grandma grew as an 'indulgence' on the farm. the wiki ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hibiscus ) has quite a variety of photos you can use to compare your flower too, but I really think it is Hibiscus.
Hisbiscuits. (where's that autocorrect...)
Indeed, it's a hibiscus
Hisbiscuits look like that?
It's one of the super big sized hibiscus. My mom has that that grow the size of a dinner plate. They're everywhere in Central Texas. :)
it lets youD3 Gold do appear form of just like a hibiscus, however i don't even think it is. It's much larger, this foliage is different and the blossom features a flashiness that I haveGW2 gold never affecting hibiscus
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