Hibiscus tiliaceus - Tree, up to 6 m or more, or profusely branched large shrub. Leaves suborbicular, deeply cordate at base, apex abruptly acuminate, lamina 11-15 X 10-14 cm, palmately veined from base, veins impressed above, slit like extra floral nectar at the base of vein. Flowers solitary, axillary, up to 8 cm in diameter, yellow with crimson to maroon-red center. Capsule (fruit) about 2 cm long. Widespread particularly along coasts.
|Scientific Name||Hibiscus tiliaceus|
|English Name||Sea hibiscus|
|Conservation Status||Least Concerned (NCS) 2012|