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''Hibiscus moscheutos'' (rose mallow, swamp rose-mallow,〔COSEWIC 2004. (COSEWIC assessment and update status report on the swamp rose-mallow Hibiscus moscheutos in Canada. ) Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada. Ottawa.〕 crimsoneyed rosemallow,〔(''Hibiscus moscheutos''. ) USDA PLANTS.〕 eastern rosemallow〔) is a species of flowering plant in the family Malvaceae. It is a cold-hardy perennial wetland plant that can grow in large colonies. The hirsute leaves are of variable morphology, but are commonly deltoidal in shape with up to three lobes. It is found in wetlands and along the riverine systems of the southeastern United States from Texas to the Atlantic states, its territory extending northward to southern Ontario.
There exist in nature numerous forms, and petal colors range from pure white to deep rose, and most have an eye of deep maroon. Taxonomic consensus is lacking for the nomenclature of the multiple subspecies. The flowers are borne apically, whereas the related ''Hibiscus laevis'' carries bud and bloom along the stem.
This is a popular garden plant. It can be propagated by seed, or by crown divisions during winter dormancy, and some success can be achieved by hard-wood stem cuttings. Numerous hybrids of the native North American ''Hibiscus'' species have been released by the commercial nursery trade. In cultivation the species or the hybrids can be used in bog gardens or other water features. They are attractive and have wildlife value for nectar-feeders and birds.
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