Alyogyne huegelii, native hibiscus is tolerant to a most conditions. It has beautiful deep lilac flowers, looking like Hibiscus flowers, hence why it is known as the native Hibiscus. It is also known as Hibiscus huegelii. It is from the family Malvaceae. It grows very quickly. It will get quite leggy if not pruned back. It flowers between late spring and early summer. After flowering has stopped, this is a good time to give it a hard prune. It has hairy foliage and grows well from cuttings. It's purple flowers will be a talking point to all.