Hibiscus syriacus – Rose of Sharon – (Maike)


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Hardy Hibiscus

  • Rose of Sharon, is a late flowering, hardy hibiscus, which brings life and colour to the garden when other plants are past their best.
  • It bears large, trumpet-shaped flowers from late summer to mid-autumn, against a backdrop of dark green, three-lobed leaves.

  • Eventual Height

    8-12 ft. tall

  • Pot Size

    9 cm

  • Season of Interest

    Will flower May to June.

  • Light Required

    These plants require at least six hours of daylight. They are best positioned in a sunny sheltered spot in a border or container.

  • Watering

    Water hardy hibiscus shrubs every week in the summer and twice a week in scorching weather, water enough so that the soil is evenly moist. Hold off watering too much in winter months, water enough to prevent soil drying out.

  • Best Growing Conditions

    Hardy hibiscus plants like to be planted in well-drained soil. They do well in loam, peat-free compost.

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