Head Over Heels® Passion Hibiscus 'Rose of Sharon'
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Head Over Heels® Passion Hibiscus 'Rose of Sharon'

Head Over Heels® Passion Hibiscus 'Rose of Sharon'

$60
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  • Young, affordable starter plant
  • May need to be transplanted into 3 gallon pot for more nurturing before planting into landscape
  • Healthy, mature plant
  • Ready to immediately be planted into landscape
  • Large healthy plant
  • Ready to immediately be planted into landscape

Hibiscus moscheutos 'RutHib2’

 

These burgundy-purple leaves and passionate pink flowers have many a gardener madly in love! If you’re already a fan of hibiscus in your garden, this will be a wild contrast in your landscaping endeavors. The green flower buds stand out against the leaves, giving you a clear view of what's to come, or what you have already enjoyed. This hardy hibiscus does well zones 5-9, and is a repeat bloomer that pleases during the summer months. Burgundy goes exceedingly well with yellows, so consider some out-of-the-box “evergold” evergreen pairings for some hearty contrast like a cyprus, or another deciduous grower like Double Play® Gold Spirea that has another pink shade of flowers.

 

Joseph's Take

Joseph's Take

Growing up my grandmother has lots of Rose of Sharon as these were called back then. They were heavy in the seed category therefore spreading all over the yard. These new refined Rose of Sharon do not spread in the invasive way that old varieties did. Plus, the flowers are much prettier, longer lasting, and are re-blooming. I'm now using these plants in some of my landscapes for their summer blooms. Very nice!

Hardiness Map
Mature Height: 3'
Mature Width: 4'
Flower Season: Summer
Sun: Full Sun
Hardiness Zone: 4 to 10
This plant is suitable for the low temperates below:
Temp (F)
Zone
Temp (C)
-30 to -20
4
-34.4 to -28.9
-20 to -10
5
-28.9 to -23.3
-10 to 0
6
-23.3 to -17.8
0 to 10
7
-17.8 to -12.2
10 to 20
8
-12.2 to -6.7
20 to 30
9
-6.7 to -1.1
30 to 40
10
-1.1 to 4.4

Growing up my grandmother has lots of Rose of Sharon as these were called back then. They were heavy in the seed category therefore spreading all over the yard. These new refined Rose of Sharon do not spread in the invasive way that old varieties did. Plus, the flowers are much prettier, longer lasting, and are re-blooming. I'm now using these plants in some of my landscapes for their summer blooms. Very nice!

J