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Orange hibiscus flowers that border on red are sometimes called “hot” orange. “Picante,” released in 2011, blooms in flowers that contain a mixture of red, orange and yellow. If you’re looking for a larger flower, consider “Thermal Resistance.” This hibiscus produces 7- to 8-inch blooms that are red at the eye and gradually turn orange to the edge. Another large flowered orange variety is “Venetian Pepper,” with a deep maroon eye and variegated orange, red and yellow petals.
Light orange hibiscus flowers tend to either begin blooming yellow and turn orange, or the other way around. Because its breeders claim that this hibiscus’ eye resembles a cherry, they named the variety “Apricot Tart.” A medium-sized bush, it is ideal for container growing and bears large 7- to 9-inch apricot-hued flowers. “Pumpkin Pie” produces flowers that may grow as large as 10 inches in diameter, in shades of yellow and orange with a pink eye.
"High Definition" describes this flower’s amazing colors: red, orange and yellow. This is an ideal double flowering hibiscus for container plantings. “Magic Moment” tropical hibiscus primarily blooms in fluffy bright orange against dark orange flowers, but you may find some petals with various shades of orange, from dark orange to apricot.
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