Below I am showing you two different variegated Hibiscus.
1. Variegated Hibiscus cooperi – first five photos – red flower
2. Variegated Hibiscus tileaceus hamoe – photos 6 through 8 – yellow flower
All of our Hibiscus have been propagated from cuttings off a mother tree. Some have several plants per pot. As most of you know, Hibiscus make a bush or small tree. Plants are being grown from temperate to tropical localities. Leaves are typically green with finely serrated edges. The two plants on sale are more rare variegated forms but still have the colorful blossoms. All need adequate sunlight. They do not like severe cold weather. Cold makes the flower buds drop off. Keep them damp but not soggy. We have very limited numbers of both types and mail sell out soon.