Hibiscus heterophyllus (Native Rosella) attracts butterflies and insects as its fowers are rich in nectar. While its flowers are used to make teas and cordials, unlike the pan-tropical Rosella (Hibiscus sabdariffa), it is not used for making jams but you will enjoy watching the butterflies drinking from its pretty white to pink flowers. Native Rosella enjoys full sun and grows to 2 metres. It can be pruned into shapes like exotic hibiscus. It prefers to be watered but will cope reasonably well with dry conditions.