Bigger and better hibiscus

Hibiscus make a stunning statement in the garden with their huge, dinner plate flowers that come in an array of colors. The new hybrids tend to have fuller petals, larger flowers and a shorter height. The foliage also can vary from a dark green to a dark purple/black color. Hibiscus can handle a moist soil and will be susceptible to insects and disease if water stressed. It also prefers organic fertilizer.

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Characteristics: Deer Resistant, Attracts Butterflies/Hummingbirds

Exposure: Full Sun
Hardiness: Zone 4

Hibiscus ‘Airbrush Effect’

Size: 42-48” tall x 48” wide
Bloom: Summer - Early Fall

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Hibiscus ‘Blue River II’

Size: 48” tall x 36” wide
Bloom: Late Summer - Fall

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Hibiscus ‘Lady Baltimore’

Size: 48” tall x 36” wide
Bloom: Summer - Fall

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Hibiscus ‘Midnight Marvel’

Size: 48” tall x 36” wide
Bloom: Summer - Early Fall

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Hibiscus ‘Starry Night’

Size: 42-48” tall x 48” wide
Bloom: Summer - Early Fall

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Hibiscus ‘Berry Awesome’

Size: 48” tall x 48” wide
Bloom: Summer

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Hibiscus ‘Jazzberry Jam’

Size: 48” tall x 46” wide
Bloom: Summer - Early Fall

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Hibiscus ‘Lord Baltimore’

Size: 48” tall x 36” wide
Bloom: Summer - Fall

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Hibiscus ‘Mocha Moon’

Size: 48” tall x 36” wide
Bloom: Summer - Early Fall