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Hardy Perennial Hibiscus Mix

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BUY 2 OR MORE AND SAVE! Gigantic, dinner-plate size flowers will cover these plants. They begin blooming in mid-summer and don't stop until the first hard frost in the fall. An impressive mixture of red, white, pink, lavender and many bi-color blooms. A tropical, hardy plant that will grow throughout the country. Perennial Hibiscus comes back year after year. In colder climates they will freeze back to ground level and grow back from the roots every summer. A special "breeder's selection" of seedling Hibiscus. Flowers measure 8-12" across on plants that grow 4-5 feet tall. Planted in full sun, they adapt to all soil types and are drought tolerant. Makes a great hedge, screen or as a backdrop to the perennial border. Plant size/format: #1 field-grown plants. Includes 5 plants. Planting guide included. This item does not qualify for Express or Expedited Shipping. Due to state regulations and/or agricultural restrictions, we cannot ship APO/FPO or to the following states or territories: Alaska, Hawaii, Guam, Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands.

  • Every single plant is alive

    I saw everyone writing that these were dead. Yes they looked like bare sticks with no viable roots but every single one grew. I planted them the morning after arrival using dollar store pots and soil labeled each one to keep track then fertilized after 2 weeks. Every shoot has sprouted green leaves. Time will tell how they shape up as far and flowers and winter-hardiness but they only SEEM dead when they arrive. - , Lincoln NE

    Category: Horticulture

  • I really like hibisus

    I really like the flowers - , MolineKs

    Category: Horticulture

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