Hibiscus arnottianus

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    Hibiscus arnottianus @ Kauai Iland

Basic information

Flower Name
Hibiscus arnottianus
Formal Name
Hibiscus arnottianus
Alias
Hawaiian WhiteHibiscus, Hibiscus arnottianus
Habitat
North America
Morph
annual plant

Comment

What is Hibiscus arnottianus

Hibiscus arnottianus (scientific name:Hibiscus arnottianus) is a low tall tree of the family Malvaceae native to the Oahu island.
It is a white hibiscus known as one of crossbred parents in the hibiscus original species.
The flower is a long thin petal flower with a light peach colored vein on a white background and has fragrance and a large number on branches.
In the center of the flower there is a red long flower pillar. From this species, hibiscus, a horticultural species that has been breeded in large numbers today, was born.
The species name "arnottianus" is a contribution to the Scottish botanist Dr. George Aarnot Walker.

General name:HHibiscus arnottianus, scientific name:Hibiscus arnottianus,
Origin: Oahu (Hawaii, USA),
tree: 8-10 m tall, leaf color: dark green, leaf shape:egg-shaped, leaf length:15-20 cm long, with serrated margins,
Flower color: white with peachy veins, crown length: 4-7 cm, flower diameter: 10 cm, flower column: red.

Detailed information

Order
Malvales
Family
Malvaceae
Genus
Hibiscus
Species
H. mutabilis
Flower type
Actinomorphic Flower
Flower array
Cyme
Petal shape
5petals
Leaf type
Ovate/Ovoid
Leaf edge
Serrated
Flowering place
GreenhouseOverseasSpecific area
Color
White
Season
Height
800 ~ 1000 [cm]
Diameter
10 ~ 10

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