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Old 06-06-2000, 01:02 AM
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Default California Hybiscus

Sorry about that, I hit a wrong button. Here are a few books that I have found useful in addition to the Jepson Manual.Native Shrubs of the Sierra Nevada by John Hunter Thomas and Dennie R. Parnell.Native Trees of the Sierra Nevada by P.Victor Peterson and P.Victor Peterson, JrSeed propagation of Native California Plants by Dara E. EmeryCollecting, processing and germinating Seeds of Wildland Plants by james A. and Cheryl G Young.Field Guide to North American Wildflowers, Western Region by National Audobon SocietyPeterson Field Guides, Pacific States Wildflowers by Thoedore F. Niehaus and Charles L. Ripper

Good Luck in your native plant endeavors. Ben</p>
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Old 09-20-2002, 07:32 AM
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David - You should contact the CNPS Sacramento Chapter, since the native Hibiscus is from their region. Someone in that chapter might have some exprience growing the plant. It may be tricky - some rare plants are - especially if you are growing it outside its native range. It can also be difficult to grow wetland plants in pots. This particular plant likes to spread underground CNPS Rare Plant Inventory says 'Calif. plants apparently unique in rhizomatous-stoloniferous propagation' and in a pot, it can`t spread the way it needs to. Good luck, Lori Hubbart</p>
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