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Australian Native Hibiscus Hybrids and Crosses
As at December, 2011
Hibiscus ‘Abbey's Tangerine’
Hibiscus ‘Abbey's Tangerine’
Hibiscus 'Apricot Mist' x
Hibiscus 'Brick Red'
Bred by Geoff Harvey
Hibiscus ‘Ann’s Mist’
Hibiscus ‘Ann’s Mist’
Hibiscus 'Glen Geddes' x
Hibiscus heterophyllus 'Rosie'
Hibiscus ‘Apricot Haze’
Hibiscus ‘Apricot Haze’
Hibiscus splendens x
Hibiscus divaricatus

<i>Hibiscus</i> 'Apricot Mist'
Hibiscus 'Apricot Mist'
Hibiscus splendens x
apricot coloured hibiscus, possibly 'Sunset Glow'
Hibiscus ‘Ashleigh’s Haze’
Hibiscus ‘Ashleigh’s Haze’
Selected seedlings of Hibiscus splendens
Hibiscus ‘Brick Red’
Hibiscus ‘Brick Red’
Hibiscus splendens x
Hibiscus 'Desert Haze'

Hibiscus ‘Carole's Charm’
Hibiscus ‘Carole's Charm’
Hibiscus 'Apricot Mist' x
Hibiscus splendens
Raised by Peter Bevan
Hibiscus ‘Cecily’s Selection’
Hibiscus ‘Cecily’s Selection’
Hibiscus splendens x
Hibiscus 'Desert Haze'
‘Brick Red’ twin
Hibiscus ‘Cha's Choice’
Hibiscus ‘Cha's Choice’
Hibiscus 'Citrus Haze' x
Hibiscus heterophyllus 'Rosie'

Hibiscus ‘Cha's Haze’
Hibiscus ‘Cha's Haze’
Hibiscus ‘Montburg Pink’ x
Hibiscus heterophyllus ‘Rosie’
Hibiscus ‘Cha's Mist’
Hibiscus ‘Cha's Mist’
Hibiscus 'Glen Geddes' x
Hibiscus heterophyllus 'Rosie'.
Hibiscus ‘Citrus Haze’
Hibiscus ‘Citrus Haze’
Hibiscus heterophyllus x
Hibiscus divaricatus

Hibiscus ‘Citrus Mist’
Hibiscus ‘Citrus Mist’
Hibiscus heterophyllus x
Hibiscus divaricatus
Hibiscus ‘Desert Haze’
Hibiscus ‘Desert Haze’
Hibiscus splendens x
Hibiscus 'Apricot Mist'
Hibiscus ‘Dion's Delight’
Hibiscus ‘Dion's Delight’
Hibiscus 'Citrus Haze' x
Hibiscus heterophyllus 'Rosie'

Hibiscus ‘Gold Haze’
Hibiscus ‘Gold Haze’
Hibiscus heterophyllus (gold form) x
Hibiscus divaricatus (gold form)
Hibiscus ‘Gold Mist’
Hibiscus ‘Gold Mist’
Hibiscus heterophyllus (gold form) x
Hibiscus divaricatus (gold form)
Hibiscus ‘Ian’s Cream’
Hibiscus ‘Ian’s Cream’
Hibiscus heterophyllus x
Hibiscus divaricatus

Hibiscus ‘Ian's Lemon’
Hibiscus ‘Ian's Lemon’
Hibiscus meraukensis (Walsh Pyramid form, North Queensland) x
Hibiscus divaricatus
Hibiscus ‘Ian's Pink’
Hibiscus ‘Ian's Pink’
Selected seedlings of Hibiscus 'Apricot Mist'
Hibiscus ‘Ice Haze’
Hibiscus ‘Ice Haze’
Selected seedlings of Hibiscus ‘Citrus Mist’

Hibiscus ‘Ice Mist’
Hibiscus ‘Ice Mist’
Hibiscus ‘Citrus Mist’ x
Hibiscus ‘Barambah Creek’
Cold tolerant
Hibiscus ‘Josh’s Joy’
Hibiscus ‘Josh’s Joy’
Hibiscus splendens x
Hibiscus divaricatus
Hibiscus ‘Memory’
Hibiscus ‘Memory’
Hibiscus heterophyllus seedling
Named in remembrance of Wags

Hibiscus ‘Montburg Pink’
Hibiscus ‘Montburg Pink’
Hibiscus heterophyllus x
Hibiscus ‘Apricot Mist’
Hibiscus ‘Montburg White’
Hibiscus ‘Montburg White’
Natural hybrid of Hibiscus heterophyllus x
Hibiscus splendens
Hibiscus ‘Original’
Hibiscus ‘Original’
Hibiscus divaricatus x
Hibiscus splendens
From 1975

Hibiscus ‘Peach Haze’
Hibiscus ‘Peach Haze’
Hibiscus ‘Apricot Mist’ x
Hibiscus splendens
Hibiscus ‘Pete’s Blush’
Hibiscus ‘Pete’s Blush’
Selected seedlings of Hibiscus ‘splendis’
<i>Hibiscus</i> 'Pink Ice’
Hibiscus 'Pink Ice’
Hibiscus heterophyllus (white form) x
Hibiscus splendens
Raised by Jan Sked

Hibiscus ‘Reilly’s Haze’
Hibiscus ‘Reilly’s Haze’
Hibiscus heterophyllus x
Hibiscus divaricatus
Hibiscus ‘Splendis’
Hibiscus ‘Splendis’
Hibiscus splendens x
Hibiscus heterophyllus
Origin unknown
Hibiscus ‘Sunrise’
Hibiscus ‘Sunrise’
Seedling of 'Desert Haze'

Hibiscus ‘Sunset Glow’
Hibiscus ‘Sunset Glow’
From Fairhill in 80s;
possibly Hibiscus splendens x
Hibiscus divaricatus.
Hibiscus ‘Sunshine’
Hibiscus ‘Sunshine’
Hibiscus ‘Citrus Haze’ x
Hibiscus heterophyllus ‘Rosie’
Hibiscus ‘Tasty White’
Hibiscus ‘Tasty White’
Hibiscus divaricatus x
Hibiscus meraukensis

Hibiscus ‘Trev’s Gold’
Hibiscus ‘Trev’s Gold’
Selected seedlings of Hibiscus divaricatus
Hibiscus ‘Wirruna’
Hibiscus ‘Wirruna’
Hibiscus heterophyllus (yellow form) x
Hibiscus splendens
Bred by Lyn Craven, 1971
Hibiscus 'Barbara's Edge'
Hibiscus 'Barbara's Edge'
Hibiscus heterophyllus x Hibiscus heterophyllus
This native hibiscus is a hardy tall shrub with white blooms in spring. Petals are edged with maroon.

It is dedicated to Barbara Quast who was committed to working with students with special needs and learning disabilities. Barbara helped provide the 'Edge' to enable many of these students to grow and survive beyond the classroom.

Hibiscus 'Banana Smoothie'
Hibiscus 'Banana Smoothie'
Hibiscus heterophyllus gold form x Hibiscus 'Barambah Creek'
A prickle-free form developed by David Hocking
Hibiscus 'Peach Mist'
Hibiscus 'Peach Mist'
Seedling of 'Desert Haze'


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