is a sprawling plant with deeply lobed leaves. Flowers are white or light yellow
with a dark purple center. Blossoms open for a brief period, hence the common
name Flower-Of-An-Hour. The papery globe-shaped seed pods with dark purple stripes
are distinctive. Hibiscus trionum is a noxious weed in Colorado and is
found in disturbed areas and along the edges of fields or roads.