Categories Bexar County Line Red Hibiscus Red Brick Post author By Kramer Wetzel Post date July 7, 2013 6 Comments on Red Hibiscus Red Brick Tags Red Monday ← Mi Tierra Posting → 1020 South Flores 6 replies on “Red Hibiscus Red Brick” […] See more … […] That hibiscus is beautiful, love it Red, red, and more red. The more red, the better. Nicely done. Happy Ruby Tuesday 2. The Rose Queen Hibiscus is an old cultivar that has recently been rediscovered. As with many hibiscus, it’s known by lots of alternative names; Red Hot, Fire and Ice, Checkered Hibiscus, Cooper’s Variegated are a few. However, it’s original registered name is Rose Queen. The Rose Queen Hibiscus makes a show stopping mass planting, although care must be taken to surround it with other plants that compliment and do not compete, as these are so bright colored that they really do steal the show. Beautiful capture. Liz (mcn) The red hibiscus flower is traditionally worn by Tahitian women. A single flower, tucked behind the ear, is used to indicate the wearer’s availability for marriage. Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.