These hardy perennial Hibiscus are the superstars of the late summer garden. Starting in late July, Hibiscus produce huge, showy blooms into the fall season. They thrive in heavy wet soils, but also do well in average soils. Perennial Hibiscus are best grown in full sun, and some extra watering is appreciated during dry spells. They die down completely in the winter, and are slow to emerge in the spring. Many gardeners will assume that they are dead, but give them time, and the first new shoots will emerge eventually in May. Below are our perennial favorites. You can view our entire selection here - Hardy Perennial Hibiscus.
No, it does not have blue flowers, the name comes from the town in which it was discovered. It does have large, pure white blooms that are 10" in diameter. Green foliage grows 4-5' tall.
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Creamy pink buds open to 7-9" ruffled flowers that have magenta edges and veining and red centers. A Proven Winners selection, it grows 4-5' with a compact, rounded habit. Flower buds form all along the stems, not just on the top.
Near black buds open to glossy 7-8" scarlet-red blooms. Deep green foliage has purple overtones. A Proven Winner selection, it is a compact grower, to 3-4' tall. Blooms form all along the stems from late summer to early fall.