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The Fairchild Oak - Quercus virginiana - LIVE OAK

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This magnificent scarlet hibiscus flower was photographed while kayaking along Spring Garden Creek between DeLeon Springs State Park and Lake Woodruff.

Hibiscus coccineus - SCARLET HIBISCUS

Also called scarlet rosemallow, this is an occasional shrub-like plant of swamps and other wet areas found mostly in the central and northeast peninsula and also some counties of south Florida and the panhandle. Hibiscus coccineus ranges throughout the southeastern coastal states from Virginia to Louisiana plus Arkansas.
The large distinctive flowers are up to eight inches across and have five bright red petals, a green five-lobed calyx and linear, entire, unforked bracts. Scarlet hibiscus blooms in the summer, mostly in July and early August.
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