• Drought tolerant
• Abundant blooms
• Easy to grow
• Adapts readily to most soils and climate
• Super disease and pest resistance
• Low maintenance
Northeast or Midwest – even you can enjoy exotic looking blooms without fail every summer. Red Rose of Sharon Hibiscus delivers tons of large open light red flowers with a dark red center made even more dramatic by the feathery white stamen. Blooming is extensive from July into October and very colorful.
You’ll have plenty of time to just enjoy your Red Rose of Sharon Hibiscus.
While they are most vigorous growing with regular watering, once established these are rugged and drought tolerant shrubs. They also don’t have problems with pests or diseases, so have no worries about the need to be spraying icky chemicals around the yard. Pick a full sun location for the most bloom power. Red Rose of Sharon shrubs should be planted with good drainage for the most vigorous growth.
No need to shear a Red Rose of Sharon Hibiscus.
These statuesque shrubs bloom on new growth, so you’ll always be guaranteed a lovely display of flowers every year. You can get bigger blooms by cutting your plants back by about one third in late spring. Most people just enjoy the needs no pruning beauty these handsome bushes add to any spot in the yard.
What a great specimen or deciduous hedging plant selection.
Red Rose of Sharon Hibiscus gives you more than tropical beauty. Foliage is lovely and cut along the edges so you won’t need to admire them from a distance. Summer privacy for the patio or deck is a great use for these low maintenance plants. Your new landscape shrubs will arrive with robust root systems from Fast Growing Trees, ready to make instant impact and bloom the first chance they get.