It’s funny how once you put something into a web page (blog or otherwise), you learn that many people around the world are searching for that exact term. This happened to me after last Friday’s Moy Grande Hibiscus entry. Lots of people got to this blog because they were searching for that hibiscus. So, I joined them and did my own little search and learned a bit more about this flower.
The Moy Grande Hibiscus is a hybrid developed by Ying Doon Moy, a horticulturist at the San Antonio Botanical Center. He cross-bred a Hibiscus moscheutos hybrid with Hibiscus grandiflorus. The result is the largest, open-faced hibiscus flower in the world. The blooms are reported to be up to 12 inches, although many are a mere 8 – 10 inches.
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