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Plant Name:

Crimsoneyed Rosemallow

Scientific Name:

Hibiscus moscheutos


Crimsoneyed Rosemallow is a perennial herb with showy, large, deep red flowers and lobed leaves.


Wetlands, marshes, along water bodies


Crimsoneyed Rosemallow attracts a variety of pollinators, including bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds. The plant is also a host plant for the larvae of some butterfly species.

Growing Conditions:

Crimsoneyed Rosemallow prefers moist to wet soils and full sun.


Crimsoneyed Rosemallow is often used in landscaping for its beautiful flowers and as a decorative plant in gardens. The plant has a long history of medicinal uses, particularly in traditional Native American medicine.

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Fun Facts:

Crimsoneyed Rosemallow is native to North America and is well-adapted to wetland environments.

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