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Pavonia lasiopetala - Texas Rock Rose

Pavonia lasiopetala – Texas Rock Rose

Features:
Pavonia lasiopetala is a Texas Native that is extremely drought tolerant, although it does not mind a little water now and then. Texas Rock Rose can be seen growing native in the Edwards Plateau, Rio Grande Plains, and the Trans Pecos areas of Texas. The most eye-catching feature of this plant is the Hibiscus-like pink to rose colored flowers.

Hardiness Zones: USDA Zone 8 (10 °F) to USDA Zone 9 (20 °F)

Height: Grows 15" tall and 24" wide. Space 3' apart.

Exposure: Plant in Full Sun to Partial Sun.

Bloom Time: Blooms from Summer until Fall.

Water Requirements: Water once per week until established.
Does best in a well-drained soil.

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