These usually start blooming in June, so it’s a little ahead.
It appears to be a Hibiscus laevis, halberdleaf rose-mallow or scarlet rose mallow.
Here are flowers from nearby plants a year ago, and
a year before that.
Some wild hibiscus, summer of 2022.
This is Yellow Dog’s rosemallow, the last one she saw, a year before.
Yellow Dog’s rosemallow, six petals, 2022-06-21
This year it has six petals.
Here she is Continue reading
Hibiscus laevis All. we saw June 19th 2016
is on a different stalk than the one of May 30th. Continue reading
Looks like oak leaves.
Update 2016-06-11: It’s the halberd-leaved rose mallow,
Hibiscus laevis All.