It is a Hibiscus, but it's a perennial type called Rose of Sharon. It forms
a bush and is deciduous (loses all leaves in winter). I have two on the
side of my house in full sun and they are a favorite of Japanese Beetles,
although they really didn't bother my yard this year. Mine are a medium
pink in color.
Zone 7b - North Carolina
That is the GENUS Hibiscus. (note spelling.)
The SPECIES is Hibiscus syriacus, commonly called "Rose of Sharon". (note
However, the plant is in the FAMILY Malvaceae not the Rosaceae.
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