Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Double Twin Pinkish Red Hibiscus

The UWO Greenhouses have a large number of double Hibiscus.  This variety is different from the rest in that it looks like two double flowers were fused into one.  Every bloom has a set of two distinct stamens.  All the other varieties just have one located in the centre of the flower.  Like most of they hybrids it seems to be sterile but is easily propagated from cuttings.


  1. Okay, that's weird. I've never even heard of the double-stamen thing before.

  2. Isn't it? It's the only Hibiscus I've ever seen like this.


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