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Welcome to the Central FL Chapter of the American Hibiscus Society

We are a group of hibiscus lovers that meet monthly to learn, share and celebrate the beauty of The Queen of the Tropics

HIBISCUS

Our next show is on March 29th, 2014

We meet the Second Sunday of the Month at our NEW LOCATION South Seminole Farm and Nursery, 2:00 pm. We do not have meetings on the months of July and December.

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  • Marina:

    I beg you please tell me can know who sells hibiscus in Russia. Do not know who to turn to, no one sends in Russia, what do you do, I’m desperate! 2 months writing no one can send. I do not know what to do already

  • Sandra Riker Tate:

    Good Afternoon:
    I would like to have an hibiscus plant (blooming, if possible) delivered to a friend of mine who recently moved to The Villages, Florida, and pay for it online from the US Virgin Islands.
    Could you possibly suggest a nursery nearby that location?
    Sandra Riker Tate
    President
    St. Thomas Hibiscus Society, Inc.

  • Donnaye:

    Do you know anything about Linda Lee’s hibiscus: http://www.prettilife.com/hibiscus/? Has anyone purchased wood from her? Is there anyone in the US that sells Taiwan hibiscus like what are on her website?

  • Nancy Emesiochel:

    Hi, my name is Nancy Emesiochel,and I stay in Guam. I really like to buy the hibiscus flowers plants online, how can I go to the online store. can you help me please.

  • Carolyn Higgins:

    I am representing Pine Castle Garden Club. Several members have requested that we have a program in the coming year about hibiscus. Do you have a member who presents such a program? We are a small group that meets in our homes from September through May. I would appreciate any help you can offer.

  • Barbara Hughes:

    I can’t find your web address to issue you an invitation to the Seminole county Centennial Celebration on April 20, 2013. Barbara Hughes

  • Carolyn Hoover:

    Update to Victor: I tried again today and was able to link to tried and true.

  • Carolyn Hoover:

    Thanks Victor for the information. Sorry for my delayed reply. I can not connect to tried and true site that you suggested. Do you know if they are still in business? Thanks again. Carolyn

  • Caroyn Hooer:

    Lookng for local source to buy large double white hibiscus. No one seems to have.
    I don’t mean Rose of Sharon; I have that. Any ideas? Thanks

  • Teresa Billingham:

    Several years ago a friend in your society told me to make a mixture to help my hibiscus bushes. It included Listerine and dishwashing liquid. I can’t seem to find the “recipe” again. Can you help? Thank you.

    • That is one of Jerry Baker’s recipes. If you do a search for Jerry Baker recipes I am sure you can find it. I don’t know exactly the mix. Used to do that but have been years since I have done it. You might also want to check his books, he has books with all the recipes using household items to take care of problems in the garden. Good luck!

  • Before we get into it, many people want to know, “How do I tell if I Have a Hardy Hibiscus or a Tropical Hibiscus?” and “Will My Hibiscus Overwinter Outside?”

    You need to know which one you have. Unfortunately, garden centers, nurseries and home improvement centers lump all hibiscus together.

    If your hibiscus has glossy deep green leaves, 3-6″ flowers of red, pink, orange, yellow, double or single flowers, it is probably a TROPICAL hibiscus. While many common garden varieties have the 3-6″ blooms, many of the hybrid varieties of tropical hibiscus can have blooms around 10″ in diameter under ideal conditions.

    Another way to check is if the flowers are salmon, peach, orange, or yellow, or double flowered, then you probably have a TROPICAL hibiscus. Hardy hibiscus do not come in these colors or in doubles! Many tropical hibiscus flowers have more than one color in a bloom either in bands or as spots.

  • Tom Boyle:

    Hi , I am runing a project where people are going to be asked to grow Malaysia’s national flower the rosa-sinensis. I am trying to find a source of seeds can you help – thanks.

  • bettina mead:

    i will be in vero beach in march, would u please tell me the names/location of any hibiscus nusaries i can visit in the area?

    thank you.

  • bettina mead:

    i am coimg to vero beach in mid march. plz tell me the names of hibiscus nurasries in the area, th u

    bettina 850-785-0912

    bettmd17@aol.com

  • Vicki Radford:

    Do you have rum runner hibiscus for sale?
    Or, do you know where I can buy one?

  • We are in Northport/Fl zone 9b- have lost some Hibiscus through the past winter…any varieties that will withstand a cool/cold winter…in zone 9b???

  • Do you know of any hibiscus growers who would like to be vendors at our up-coming event, October 16th, Saturday, 8:00 am to 5:00 pm? If so please ask them to call (941) 761-2866, fax (941) 7617355 or e-mail us regarding price, space, etc. and/or to answer any questions. We would love to have someone selling hibiscus here(we have a large turnout of orchid growers).
    Thank you.
    Bonnie, General Manager
    Palma Sola Botanical Park

  • Jean Williamson:

    The University of Florida’s Master Gardener Program in Seminole County is sponsoring the first ever Master Gardener EXPO on behalf of the Seminole County Cooperative Extension Service. The EXPO will be held Saturday, November 6, 2010, at Red Bug Lake Park. What sets this event apart from routine lawn and garden shows? Educating the public is the number one goal of EXPO.

    The Expo web site, http://seminolemastergardenershow.org, lists the many excellent speakers and demonstrations, including Tom MacCubbin and Leu Gardens’ Director Robert Bowden.

    Several exhibit sites have been reserved for non-profit organizations that promote horticultural and environmental education, and we invite you to consider joining us for this great Expo. For complete information about the EXPO, including application forms, please see the web site.

    We will be happy to send information to you via the postal mail, if you will send your mailing address to:

    Jean Williamson
    Master Gardener
    Seminole County Extension Service
    250 West Country Home Road
    Sanford FL 32773

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