Texas A&M AgriLife Research Hibiscus Breeder Honored

December 30, 2021 Texas A&M AgriLife Today

Hibiscus lovers around the world know the name of Texas A&M AgriLife’s Dariusz Malinowski, Ph.D., who has earned his place as a renowned hardy hibiscus breeder.

Market Street and United Supermarkets to Carry Special, Locally Bred Summer Spice Hibiscus Flowers on July 4 Weekend

July 1, 2021 The United Family

As the City of Vernon continues to work towards becoming the Hibiscus capital of Texas, Market Street and United Supermarkets are trying to help. Over the July 4 weekend, guests in Vernon, Wichita Falls and the DFW area will have the opportunity to take home the beautiful Summer Spice Hibiscus flower, also known as the Hardy Hibiscus.

APHIS Seeks Comment on Draft Pest Risk Assessment for the Importation of Hibiscus (Hibiscus rosa-sinensis) cutting for Planting from the Netherlands

May 3, 2021 USDA APHIS

The government of the Netherlands has requested USDA’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) to authorize the importation of Hibiscus (Hibiscus rosa-sinensis) cuttings for planting from the Netherlands into the United States and Territories.

AgriLife Research Fundraiser Aims to Help Set Vernon as Texas ‘Hibiscus Capital’

April 20, 2021 Texas A&M AgriLife Today

About 600 hardy hibiscus plants, which were part of plant breeding trials at the Texas A&M AgriLife Research and Extension Center at Vernon, went home with community members across Wilbarger County.

Choosing Plants that Deliver More in the Garden

April 14, 2021 Monrovia

From outdoor and indoor versatility to unique forms and multiple uses, here is a look at Monrovia’s top five plants that do more in the garden.