What is the scientific name for hibiscus?

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Hibiscus is a beautiful, colorful flowering plant. It is from the mallow family, and the scientific name is Malvaceae. These plants are actually quite easy to grow in the right climate.
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The scientific name for Hibiscus is Hibiscus rosa-sinensis. Although it is most commonly called Hibiscus, it is also known as rosemallow in some places, according to Gardenology.org
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Malvacae is the family. Mallow, Okra, rose of sharon, hawaiian hibiscus, and cotton are all related in the mallow family
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The scientific name for sheep is the Ovis Aries. Now, I guess we know how the astrological sign of the sheep, Aries, was named. Learn something new every day.
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Carol, Hibiscus moscheutos is the scientific name for the Hardy Hibiscus. Theyse always surprise me in the spring because they die completely back and I always think they are dead-but
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