The Hibiscus Syriacus, a species of flowering plan, cultivated for its ornamental flowers in many parts of the world, is commonly known as Rose of Sharon or hibiscus.
Hibiscus grow to heights of two to four meters and is often cultivated in hot climates for its beautiful flowers. These can be white, pink, red, violet, etc. Each flower only lasts for about a day, but the plant produces a lot of flowers, ensuring there are always flowers to enjoy. The hibiscus flowers from spring until the autumn.
DISTRIBUTION: originates from Asia.
INTERESTING FACT: Hibiscus is the national flower of South Korea and appears on various national emblems in that country. The national anthem poetically compares Korea to a Hibiscus flower.