"This plant arrived as a tiny, dead looking stick. I planted it and cared for it and it grew like crazy. Within 4 months it was 3 feet tall and producing lovely, huge pink blooms. I am very happy with this plant."
- Kelly in GA
Large bloomers not to be confused with their cousins.
Not to be confused with the smaller tropical houseplant varieties, these hibiscus hybrids are hardy shrubs for gardens in all parts of the country. They were created from a few little-known wild hibiscus species from North America and will illuminate any spot in the garden.
The other great thing about hibiscus is that they are extremely easy to grow. All they ask for is full sun, decent soil, and some pruning once in awhile. They leaf out very late in spring, so don't think they're dead and chop them down. Be patient, and in a few weeks you'll have attractive foliage and soon thereafter a summer full of spectacular blooms.
This Hibiscus is named after its copper-colored foliage that provides a dramatic contrast with its giant, pink blooms. The enormous blooms will not only provide a spectacular show, but will attract butterflies and hummingbirds to the garden. PP#10793 (Hibiscus) More Details
This Hibiscus’ giant, pure white blooms will amaze in the sunlight and illuminate the garden after dark. Blue River’s stunning, blue-green foliage provides a lovely contrast with the snow white blooms. (Hibiscus moscheutos) More Details
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