Compare with another Qing dynasty bowl of this pattern from the Percival David Foundation collection with a Kangxi mark, illustrated by R. Scott, For the Imperial Court, no. 39, p. 108, where the author mentions that the yellow hibiscus (qiukui) had been a popular subject with artists since the Song period.
This pattern is inspired by the palace bowls made during the Chenghua reign, 1465-87. For an example of the Ming dynasty Chenghua prototype with this design, see the bowl exhibited at the O. C. S. Exhibition of Chinese Blue and White Porcelain, 1953, Catalogue, no. 101.