Texas Star Hibiscus

Texas Star Hibiscus

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The only hibiscus that grows wild in Texas, this plant produces bright red blooms in warm weather and loves moist soil with some sun. It can be sensitive to too much direct sunlight. The leaves are very similar to leaves of a plant that is currently illegal to grow in Texas, so be prepared for some interesting questions.

Mature height

4 feet

Mature width

1 foot

Sunny or Shady


Sun Exposure Type

Type 3-4

Spring/Summer appearance

Red flowers

Fall/Winter appearance

Dies to the ground and regrows from the roots

Wildlife support


Freeze Hardy


Botanical Name

Hibiscus coccineus