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Can someone identify this flower for me..new to Georgia

https://sphotos.ak.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ak-snc4/hs385.snc4/44835_427427599283_823404283



Please help. Thanks

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We'll be happy to help, but the link you posted doesn't work. It came back as "Not Found". Can you try to repost it?

Perhaps our Webmaster's instructions would help you:

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Can someone identify this flower for me..new to Georgia

[img]44835_427427599283_823404283_4687028_2230475_s.jpg[img]

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:lol: Yay! You got a pic up :D I'm not sure what it is but it sure is pretty :D Hopefully someone will be able to identify it though :wink:
Confusion at its Finest :D
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It's a double Hibiscus of some sort.... Maybe a cultivar of H. syriacus?

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Can someone identify this flower for me..new to Georgia

Thanks so much all of you for your input. I did look at more photos online of a Hibiscus syriacus and it may just be that....I think the most odd part is it looks like a mum in buds and plant shape but of course the blossoms don't...and its just now opening up...tons and tons of buds..so not sure why its just now coming out unless it was cut back in the spring and has grown back.

Thanks again!!

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It sure is a Rose of Sharon (H. syriacus), maybe 'White Chiffon' ?

Which technically makes it a shrub, not a perennial...

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