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    Number 7 is indeed a hibiscus. It is Hibiscus coccineus.
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    #5 is not T. panachoi. T. panachoi is "lumpier" with fewer and smaller spines.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]Number 7 is indeed a hibiscus. It is Hibiscus coccineus.
    I never would have believed that it is a hibiscus, but I've been proven wrong. Thanks guys! I have lots of seeds from this plant that I collected this year. I'm still trying to get some to germinate though to see if they are viable. I'll put some up for trade if they ever sprout.

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    Quote[/b] ]thats hillarious that someone took the buds for that. thats one of those hardy hibiscus types.
    I thought it was quite funny myself. I was looking at the plant one day and thought the tops looked funny. Sure enough someone had cut them out! My dad has always joked about the authories coming to the house one day accusing it of being marijuana. Guess it could really happen! Lol .

    I'm still at a loss at what #3 and #5 are.

    Thanks everyone for your inquiries. It's greatly appreciated.
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    #5 is T. peruvianus. BTW, that Hybiscus also comes in double form as well.

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