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Rose Mallow Hibiscus Hibiscus moscheutos

Rose Mallow Hibiscus Hibiscus moscheutos  grows about 4' tall.

The magnificent flowers are very showy.

Hibiscus are native American flowers with pink, white or red flowers (color choice is not available when ordering)  that appear in July and August and are 4 inches across.  Full sun

The Rose Mallow Hibiscus is hardy zone 4 or higher.

Throughout the spring the plant for all practical purposes appears to be dead. Hibiscus is one of the last plants to break dormancy in the spring

Make sure the top of the pot is out of the water.

Moy Grande Hibiscus  Hibiscus x 'Moy Grande'

Moy Grande Hibiscus  Hibiscus x 'Moy Grande'

Grows 3 - 4' tall.  Hummingbirds love this plant!

Flowers are large huge pink flowers, approximately 8 - 10" across, with burgundy centers.

Foliage is finely textured with a purplish-red color.

Hardy zone 4 or higher.

Flowers July and August.

Hibiscus is one of the very last plants to break dormancy in the spring.

Throughout the spring the plant for all practical purposes appears to be dead.

Make sure the top of the pot is out of the water.

Fireball Hibiscus  Hibiscus moscheutos 'Fireball'

Fireball Hibiscus  Hibiscus moscheutos 'Fireball'  grows 3 - 4' tall.

Flowers are large flaming red, approximately 10" across, with burgundy centers.

Foliage is finely textured with a purplish-red color

Hardy zone 4 or higher.

Flowers July and August. Hibiscus is one of the very last plants to break dormancy in the spring.

Throughout the spring the plant for all practical purposes appears to be dead.

Make sure the top of the pot is out of the water.

Scarlet Rose Mallow Hibiscus  Hibiscus coccineus

Scarlet Rose Mallow Hibiscus  Hibiscus coccineus  grows 5 to 6’ tall The large, brilliant scarlet flower abounds June - September

In the fall the intricately cut foliage is turns a deep rich red to add interest to the pond.

Hardy zone 6 or higher

Make sure the top of the pot is out of the water.

Luna Pink Swirl Hibiscus  6 to 8 inch flowers appear the first year from mid summer until frost.  The plants are compact growing, spreading 2 to 3'.  The top of the pot has to be even with the top of the water or slightly above.  I have not tried growing them soil-less so I suggest you plant them in dirt until I have more information. Ships in dirt.

No sales to California, Florida or Arizona.

 Winter hardy to zone 5.

Make sure the top of the pot is out of the water!

Luna Red Hibiscus 6 to 8 inch flowers appear the first year from mid summer until frost.  The plants are compact growing, spreading 2 to 3'.  The top of the pot has to be even with the top of the water or slightly above.  I have not tried growing them soil-less so I suggest you plant them in dirt until I have more information. Ships in dirt.

No sales to California, Florida or Arizona.

 Winter hardy to zone 5.

Make sure the top of the pot is out of the water!

Luna Rose Hibiscus  6 to 8 inch flowers appear the first year from mid summer until frost.  The plants are compact growing, spreading 2 to 3'.  The top of the pot has to be even with the top of the water or slightly above.  I have not tried growing them soil-less so I suggest you plant them in dirt until I have more information. Ships in dirt.

No sales to California, Florida or Arizona.

 Winter hardy to zone 5.

Make sure the top of the pot is out of the water!

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