What is this plant?

I found this yellow plant hiding in my hibiscus hedge. Not sure what it is and what to do with it. But I definitely want to keep it.
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  12 answers
  • Kim Kim on May 07, 2016
    It is a sun flower. No since to transplant now, it is almost at the end of it's life. Once all of the petals fall off, put a stocking Or something similar over the head and tie it off, you can collect the sends and plant in a more appropriate place in your yard. Are you in Hawaii? If so, it will probably grow year round for you. Find a nice sunny spot, and enjoy them.
  • Suzette Trimmer Suzette Trimmer on May 07, 2016
    At first, all I saw was a Hibiscus and then up popped this great sunflower buried within. It's just a great sunflower probably dropped by a bird flying over head who dropped a delicious seed.
  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on May 07, 2016
    Sunflower for sure.
  • MN Mom MN Mom on May 07, 2016
    Beautiful sunflower !
  • Dollie Wilson Dollie Wilson on May 08, 2016
  • Irene Irene on May 08, 2016
    I'm confused. The plant with the leaves or the flower. Flower is a sunflower. The one predominant in the pictures looks like it might be a citrus. I am not all that familiar with citrus though.
  • David Ogden David Ogden on May 08, 2016
    It is definitively a sun flower growing in an hibiscus bush
  • Karen Sheilds Karen Sheilds on May 08, 2016
    A bird most likely 'deposited' a seed, so now you have a beautiful Sunflower!
  • Carmen Carmen on May 08, 2016
    The overwhelming response was that it was a sunflower plant! 👍🏼
  • Allen Kang Allen Kang on May 09, 2016
    It is sunflower..
  • Barbara C Barbara C on May 09, 2016
    When the flower dries,collect the seeds and plant more next spring.Or, if it grows big enough,collect seeds, bake with Olive oil and eat.
  • Michele Michele on May 10, 2016
    Sun flower.