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Pavonia hastata | Spearleaf Swampmallow | Pale Texas Rosemallow


Pavonia hastata Spearleaf Swampmallow Pale Texas Rosemallow 1

Pavonia hastata Spearleaf Swampmallow Pale Texas Rosemallow 2

Pavonia hastata Spearleaf Swampmallow Pale Texas Rosemallow 3

Pavonia hastata Spearleaf Swampmallow Pale Texas Rosemallow 4

Pavonia hastata Spearleaf Swampmallow Pale Texas Rosemallow 5
Pavonia hastata | Spearleaf Swampmallow | Pale Texas Rosemallow

29 Available Now

These seeds were collected from Pavonia hastata, also known as Spearleaf Swampmallow, Pale Texas Rosemallow, Pale Rock Rose, and Fairy Hibiscus. This shrub likes to live in full sun to partial shade where it can get up to 4 feet tall. The attractive pink blossoms with red centers are out from the middle of spring until the middle of the fall where they attract a wide variety of birds, bees, and butterflies. USDA Hardiness Zones 7 to 10.




Pavonia missionum | Hibiscus


Pavonia missionum Hibiscus 1

Pavonia missionum Hibiscus 2

Pavonia missionum Hibiscus 3

Pavonia missionum Hibiscus 4

Pavonia missionum Hibiscus 5
Pavonia missionum | Hibiscus

15 Available Now

This is Pavonia praemorsa, also known as Yellow Mallow, and Yellow Pavonia. This plant likes to live in full sun to partial shade where it blooms all year long. This plant attracts many birds including Hummingbirds, and it is also popular with the bees and butterflies. The first blooms will be non-opening, self-pollinating flowers, but these will be followed by normal flowers. This is a popular choice for people who want to sheer this plant into a compact shrub. USDA Hardiness Zones 8 to 11








Pavonia praemorsa | Yellow Mallow


Pavonia praemorsa Yellow Mallow 1

Pavonia praemorsa Yellow Mallow 2

Pavonia praemorsa Yellow Mallow 3

Pavonia praemorsa Yellow Mallow 4

Pavonia praemorsa Yellow Mallow 5
Pavonia praemorsa | Yellow Mallow

15 Available Now

This is Pavonia praemorsa, also known as Yellow Mallow, and Yellow Pavonia. This plant likes to live in full sun to partial shade where it blooms all year long. This plant attracts many birds including Hummingbirds, and it is also popular with the bees and butterflies. The first blooms will be non-opening, self-pollinating flowers, but these will be followed by normal flowers. This is a popular choice for people who want to sheer this plant into a compact shrub. USDA Hardiness Zones 8 to 11








Peltophorum pterocarpum | Copperpod | Golden Yellow Flamboyant


Here I am offering Seeds from Peltophorum pterocarpum, also known as copperpod, golden flamboyant, yellow flamboyant, yellow flame tree, yellow poinciana, konda chinta, pachha sunkesula, perunkonrai, and radhachura. This fast growing tree has wonderfully fragrant and showy flowers. The flowers have yellow petals with an orange spot in the center, and the flower also has an orange stamen, and the stems are rusty red and fuzzy. The flattened seed pods that follow have a purplish brown color. This plant likes to grow in full sun if conditions are moist, but also does well in partial shade with less water. This is a larval host plant for the Common Hedge Blue butterfly. USDA Hardiness Zones 10 to 11

Peltophorum pterocarpum Copperpod Golden Yellow Flamboyant

Peltophorum pterocarpum Copperpod Golden Yellow Flamboyant

Peltophorum pterocarpum Copperpod Golden Yellow Flamboyant

Peltophorum pterocarpum Copperpod Golden Yellow Flamboyant
Peltophorum pterocarpum | Copperpod | Golden Yellow Flamboyant

30 Available Now

This is Peltophorum pterocarpum, also known as copperpod, golden flamboyant, yellow flamboyant, yellow flame tree, yellow poinciana, konda chinta, pachha sunkesula, perunkonrai, and radhachura. This fast growing tree has wonderfully fragrant and showy flowers. The flowers have yellow petals with an orange spot in the center, and the flower also has an orange stamen, and the stems are rusty red and fuzzy. The flattened seed pods that follow have a purplish brown color. This plant likes to grow in full sun if conditions are moist, but also does well in partial shade with less water. This is a larval host plant for the Common Hedge Blue butterfly. USDA Hardiness Zones 10 to 11