Hibiscus micranthus is a colourful, floriferous and water-wise shrublet worthy of a special place in your garden. The ovate, coarsely serrated leaves are either arranged alternately or in a cluster. In most cases the leaf surfaces are slightly hairy. Solitary flowers are borne in the axils of the leaves. They are relatively small but very striking. Plants don’t last very long, but they seed themselves.
Plant Hibiscus micranthus in semi-shade in your garden.