Hibiscus rosa-sinensis 'Wrightii'
'Wrighti'i is a hardy old fashioned white flowering variety with a carmine eye and distinctive hot pink stamen, anthers, and stigma pads. These cast a shadow back over the pure white petals adding another dimension to the flowers appearance. Growth on this bush is rapid with the branches being whiplash thin making it ideal to grow against a wall and use as an espalier or plant in a narrow section of garden along a fence or building. It will eventually reach some 3 metres in height in ideal conditions. As the weather cools down, buds appear blush pink before opening to white though some retain a flush of pink around the petal edge.