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Hibiscus

Hardy plants with a tropical vibe.

We carry a wide selection of hardy hibiscus plants, ranging in color from crisp white to candy pink to deep mulberry red. Mid to late-season bloomers, the showy hibiscus plant's extravagant flowers will transform your fall garden into a tropical paradise.

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Sandy beaches, warm breezes and swaying palms- the hibiscus plant is the ultimate reminder of a lush tropical paradise. With vivid blooms reaching the size of dinner plates, the perennial plant produces vibrantly colored, delicately ruffled petals on large, open trumpet-shaped flowers. It also tends to draw local butterflies and hummingbirds with its rich nectar. The dried flowers of hibiscus are used to make tea in many cultures, and they are delicious when candied, with a sweet-tart flavor.

To plant your hibiscus, look for a spacious area in full sun. It tolerates wet soil and needs a rich, loose bed to reach its full potential. If you are growing the plant during dry season, be sure to water regularly as it needs plenty of moisture. Flowers will begin to show in midsummer and typically do not last more than twenty-four hours. Japanese beetles are particularly drawn to the hibiscus plant, so take precautions against this pesky insect. Hibiscus prefers humus-enriched moist soil and full sun. When choosing to buy a hibiscus, consider that it will need plenty of room to grow. Given the perfect conditions, many varieties of these plants can reach up to ten feet tall and five feet wide. However, dwarf varieties are available, too.


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