Flowers the Size of Dinner Plates!Hibiscus Luna Red, Hibiscus moscheutos ‘Luna Red’, is a wonderfully compact, bushy plant with gigantic 8″ bright burgundy red flowers! It features dinner plate-sized, five-petaled, hollyhock-like flowers! The Luna series produces big, bushy, well-branched plants without pinching. The shorter stature of Hibiscus ‘Luna Red’ makes it an excellent choice for smaller gardens or large patio containers. Deer resistant!’Luna Red’ grows well in any fertile, well-drained soil with ample moisture. Do not allow to dry to the wilting point. Be patient; hibiscus can be slow to emerge in spring. For best performance, plant in full sun in moist soil before the heat of the summer.This hibiscus is suitable for very large containers, but pots must be protected over winter. These plants will die back to ground level during the winter months. Be careful to not over-water until plants show signs of growth!Hibiscus needs little care once established, attracts butterflies, and it has the largest flowers of any perennial!* Huge 8″ Burgundy Flowers* 3″ Compact Plant* Attracts Butterflies.
Cranberry Colored Flowers are Real ShowstoppersCranberry is a hot color this year for gardeners! It is also not an easy color to find in flowers or foliage. Lucky for you Nature Hills has got cranberry covered for you. Case in point – Hibiscus ‘Cranberry Crush’ (Hibiscus moscheutos ‘Cranberry Crush’).‘Cranberry Crush’ is a great native plant that performs like a star in your garden. It forms rounded 4 foot tall shrubs of deep green, maple-like leaves. Beautiful on their own, they make a spectacular backdrop for the 8” wavy, cranberry-wine colored flowers that cover the shrub all summer. Unlike many hibiscus (or Rose Mallows as they are sometimes called) ‘Cranberry Crush’ doesn’t just flower on the top of the plant, but all up and down the stems! This provides you with an abundance of flowers covering the bush on all sides all summer!Hummingbirds flock to the huge flowers. So do intrigued neighbors. Plant this where it will be seen and enjoyed. It loves moist soils the best, but this super hardy native is very drought tolerant as well.‘Cranberry Crush’ makes a spectacular specimen plant for your garden all summer. Order yours today!* Huge 8” flowers* Popular eye-catching color* Hummingbirds love it!* Hardy native.
Dinner Plate Sized Flowers!Often small plants have dainty flowers. They are sweet to look at and draw you in close. Hibiscus ‘Luna Rose’ (Hibiscus moscheutos ‘Luna Rose) is not that plant. Luna Rose IS a compact plant, but it has massive flowers that you can see from a mile away. They can grow up the size of dinner plates!The color of LunaRose – a deep rose-pink – is eye-catching on its own, but if you look closer at the ruffled, overlapping petals and the sheer size and you will be forever hooked.A member of the native and easy-to-care-for mallow family, Luna Rose Hibiscus will be a great addition to your garden. Growing only 2-3 feet high and wide, it is perfect for your favorite large container or to fill in those holes in your perennial border or foundation planting. You’ll want to plant it where it can be seen and enjoyed, for sure.Combine Luna Rose with purple flowers like Russian Sage or French Lavender for a winning combination. Make sure to order yours from Nature Hills today so that you won’t miss out. This is a great seller.* Massive flowers* Easy care* Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds.
Tropical Appeal and Fast ResultsIt’s difficult to accurately describe the true majesty of a Lord Baltimore Hibiscus. Each huge blossom features a bold shade of crimson, with the flowers reaching up to 10 inches across! The blooms consist of 5 silken petals with a textured appearance and uneven edges for a slightly ruffled affect.A long stamen with yellow highlights protrudes from the center of each bloom, an added accent to further draw the eye. Imagine a profuse bloom of these magnificent flowers in your yard from July until frost! Each Lord Baltimore flower lasts for about a day, with new blooms immediately opening up to replace the last. However, even when the blooms are sparse, the foliage maintains interest. The green leaves are reminiscent of maple leaves, deeply lobed and with a glossy sheen. Growth starts out slow in the spring, but then really takes off for quick results. Your Lord Baltimore Hibiscus is a herbaceous perennial that will grow up to 5 feet in height with a 3-foot spread. It’s fast-growing with an upright nature. Lord Baltimore tolerates light shade and wet soils, so may do well in some of the low areas of your yard. You could also plant a few for a decorative border, or use just one for a bright accent amid less brilliant plantings.Patio containers also provide a lovely setting for your Lord Baltimore, and make it easy to bring them inside for winter. Butterflies, hummingbirds and bees will love your Lord Baltimore Hibiscus, but deer will tend to pass it by in favor of tastier treats. Nothing has tropical appeal in a non-tropical setting like a Hibiscus, and Lord Baltimore is a stellar example of a way to bring those large, brilliant flowers to your home this year. * Decorative foliage* Fast growing* Works well in containers.
The Hibiscus ‘Fantasia’ is one of the most ruffled Hibiscus in its family. The lavender gray flowers are a great contrast with its maple-shaped leaves. It looks great in any setting or grouping.It is best to plant this Hibiscus in a full sun area and it will tolerate most soil types. ‘Fantasia’ looks wonderful with grasses or as a background plant. *Attacts Butterflies*Summer Blooms*Showy Flowers .
Huge 9” flowers bring the ‘WOW’! Has your home landscape gotten a little stale? Do you need a ‘WOW’ factor in your garden this year? Look no further than the new ‘Cherry Choco Latte’ Hardy Hibiscus (‘Cherry Choco Latte’ Hibiscus hybrid USPPAF, Can PBRAF).This brand new version of perennial hardy hibiscus has several things going for it that add to the ‘wow’:1. It is longer blooming than other hibiscus.2. It has the look of tropical hibiscus and the same large flowers, but is completely cold tolerant and will come back year after year, even in zone 4. (Its wide range extends from zone 4 to zone 9!)3. The foliage is dark olive green with bronze highlights – beautiful even when there are no flowers.4. The flowers are super-sized at almost 10” and are white with a pink blush and intense pink veins. Very eye-catching in the garden.5. Even though the flowers are full-sized the plant is more compact than other hibiscus, so it will fit into smaller gardens much better. Perfect for the trend to smaller urban gardens.‘Cherry Choco Latte’ replaces the much-loved ‘Cherry Cheesecake’ with larger flowers and an improved performance all the way around. Be patient with this one, though. It tends to be the last plant to leaf out in spring – so much so that many have thought of cutting it down because it looked dead, only to have it burst to life a few day later.Don’t lament a boring garden this year. Order ‘Cherry Choco Latte’ Hibiscus today and enjoy a garden refresh!* HUGE white and pink flowers* Richly colored foliage* Prolific bloomer* Perennial even in cold-winter areas* Easy care.
The Hibiscus ‘Whit XX’, Hibiscus moscheutos ‘Whit XX’ (Cranberry Punch), has a tight compact habit that’s perfect for the modern garden. Dark red flowers bloom all summer above a plant that matures at 2-3 feet high and wide. The oxblood red blooms of the Cranberry Punch Hibiscus are 4-5″ wide and stand out among the deep green red-veined leaves. Heat-loving and easy to grow, no garden should be without this excellent plant! The Cranberry Punch Hibiscus can be used in containers, as an accent in the landscape, grouped for a border, or as an accent. The Cranberry Punch Hibiscus is a dwarf hibiscus that grows as a dense mound. It is drought tolerant, but supplemental watering increases flowering under stressful conditions; flowers best in full sun..
The Hibiscus ‘Cecelia’, Hibiscus rosa-sinensis ‘Cecelia’ (also called China rose and common hibiscus), produces a profusion of large, showy red double flowers, set against a background of dark green foliage. It blooms from spring through fall when planted in a well drained, full sun planting site. ‘Cecelia’ has blooms that cover this lovely shrub from early summer-fall; lovely when planted in the landscape or large patio pots. It will die down to the roots each year only to return bigger and better in the spring. Apply a layer of organic mulch under plants to prevent moisture loss and weed growth. Water hibiscus when the soil is dry to the touch. The roots must remain constantly moist, but not wet; well-drained soil is key. Prune ‘Cecelia’ to keep the plant bushy and full of blooms. Pinch off the tips of branches to encourage multiple growth tips further down the stem. The exotic blooms and glossy leaves of ‘Cecelia’ adds a dramatic accent to temperate gardens. The Cecelia hibiscus is a favorite for butterflies and hummingbirds. The flowers look ideal grown as an accent plant in containers, or near water gardens and ponds..
The Hibiscus ‘Cherie’, Hibiscus rosa-sinensis ‘Cherie’, displays a profusion of large, showy orange, single flowers, with a maroon throat. Being set against a background of dark green foliage, the blooms present a stunning show! ‘Cherie’ blooms from spring through fall when planted in a well drained, full sun planting site. It is a versatile plant for screening, background, specimen, and containers. Follow a regular watering schedule during the first growing season to establish a deep, extensive root system. Watering can be reduced after establishment..
Purple Plant Produces Plethora of PinkHibiscus Summer Storm (Rose Mellow), Hibiscus moscheutos ‘Summer Storm’, is continuously smothered with spectacular 10″ wide, medium pink to rose-colored flowers, along with deeply-lobed luscious dark purple leaves. Each flower has dark pink veining and a magenta eye that radiates through the petals!‘Summer Storm’ puts on a fabulous show from midsummer to fall. Moist soils are ideal, but this hibiscus is quite drought-tolerant. All summer long you’ll enjoy hundreds of these exotic flowers, along with the many butterflies, bees and hummingbirds that this plant attracts.This hardy hibiscus will die back to the ground every winter and emerge from the ground in the middle to late spring season; cut back to 4-6″ from the ground in the spring. It is root hardy and needs no protection. Remove old canes to the ground in mid winter.Use ‘Summer Storm’ as an accent plant, landscape specimen, in mass plantings or rock gardens. It grows well in any fertile, well-drained soil with ample moisture. Do not allow to dry to the wilting point. Be careful not to over-water until plants show signs of growth. Be patient, hibiscus can be slow to emerge in spring. For best performance, plant in full sun in moist soil before the heat of the summer.This hibiscus is suitable for very large containers, but pots must be protected over winter. ‘Summer Storm’ hibiscus needs little care once established, attracts butterflies, and it has some of the largest flowers of any perennial!*Huge 10″ Rose Flowers with Dark Veins*Dark Purple Leaves*Attracts Butterflies and Hummingbirds.
Huge Burgundy Flowers Love the SunHibiscus Sultry Kiss (Rose Mellow), Hibiscus moscheutos ‘Sultry Kiss’, will certainly make you aware of your landscape!’Sultry Kiss’ hibiscus displays brilliant, deep red buds that open to 9-11 inch wide, overlapping, purple-red flowers. This hibiscus forms an upright mound of foliage that is well-branched with maple-like, dark green leaves that are bronze when they first emerge and then mature to a dark green with reddish-purple stems.It provides a profusion of color from midsummer until frost. ‘Sultry Kiss’ hibiscus need very little care over the winter, it is root hardy and needs no protection.’Sultry Kiss’ will die to the ground each year, so should be cut back to 4-6″ from the ground in the spring. Be careful not to over-water until plants show signs of growth. Moist soils are best, but this hardy hibiscus is very drought tolerant as well. It grows well in any fertile, well-drained soil with ample moisture. Do not allow to dry to the wilting point. Be patient, hibiscus can be slow to emerge in spring. For best performance, plant in full sun in moist soil before the heat of the summer. This ‘Sultry Kiss’ hibiscus is suitable for very large containers, but pots must be protected over winter. Hibiscus needs little care once established. It attracts hummingbirds and butterflies.* Huge 9″ Purple Red Flowers* Reddish Stems and Dark Green Leaves* Attracts Hummingbirds and Butterflies.
Huge 9′ Magenta BloomsHibiscus Jazzberry Jam, Hibiscus ‘Jazzberry Jam’ PPAF, is a hardy hibiscus that has impressive 9″ billowy, ruffled, overlapping petals in a deep magenta color with a red eye center. Bring a touch of the tropics home with this new color in the Luna series of hardy hibiscus!Hibiscus ‘Jazzberry Jam’ PPAF will bloom from mid-summer into early fall and is a great garden specimen. It is useful as a hedge or border because it has a very full, robust, upright habit. ‘Jazzberry Jam’ delivers everything you ever wanted in a hardy hibiscus!It grows well in any fertile, well-drained soil with ample moisture. Do not allow to dry to the wilting point. Be patient, hibiscus can be slow to emerge in spring. Provide regular fertilization during this growing season. For best performance, plant in full sun in moist soil before the heat of the summer.’Jazzberry Jam’ is suitable for very large containers but pots must be protected over winter. Although the hibiscus grows tall, the need for staking is rare. These plants will die back to ground level during the winter months. Be careful to not over water until plants show signs of growth!Hibiscus needs little care once established, attracts butterflies, and this ‘Jazzberry Jam’ has some of the largest flowers of any perennial!*Large 9″ Ruffled Magenta Blooms*Blooms Summer into Autumn*Full Sun and Moist Soil.
The Hibiscus ‘Turn of the Century’, is a beautiful bi-colored knock out!’Turn of the Century’ has pinwheel shaped, dark-red to light pink to white flowers, spreading to 7 inches. This 6 foot tall and robust plant blooms over a long period and has beautiful maple-like leaves; shrub-like foliage. ‘Turn of the Century’ will be beautiful in a large container or as the feature plant in the border. It can be used as a temporary screen or tall hedge. It would also be useful in low spots or wet areas in the landscape; effective along streams or ponds.The individual flowers last only one day, but one or more flowers usually open each day, in succession, over a long mid-summer to early fall bloom period. All summer long you’ll enjoy hundreds of these beautiful flowers, along with the many butterflies, bees and hummingbirds that this plant attracts.This hardy hibiscus will die back to the ground every winter and emerge from the ground in the middle to late spring season; cut back to 4-6″ from the ground in the spring. ‘Turn of the Century’ grows well in any fertile, well-drained soil with ample moisture. Do not allow to dry to the wilting point. Be patient; hibiscus can be slow to emerge in spring. For best performance, plant in full sun in moist soil, before the heat of the summer.’Turn of the Century’ hibiscus is valued for its late summer display!* Large flowers* Drought tolerant.
The Hibiscus ‘Fireball’, is the second most popular Fleming Hibiscus on the market today, growing to a height of 3-4′. ‘Fireball’ has bright burgundy flowers that explode over purplish ‘cut-leaved’ foliage. It has the best flower in the Fleming Hibiscus species because of its overlapping nature, texture, red color and outer shape components.It is best to plant this Hibiscus in a full sun area and it will tolerate most soil types. ‘Fireball’ looks wonderful with grasses, as a background plant or with Hibiscus ‘Old Yella’ and Hibiscus ‘Torchy’ or as an alternative plant to Hibiscus ‘Lord Baltimore’. .
The Brilliantissima Hibiscus, ‘Hibiscus rosa-sinensis ‘Brilliantissima’, produces a profusion of large, showy red single flowers that are set against a background of dark green foliage. This plant blooms from spring through fall when planted in a well drained, full sun planting site. The Brilliantissima is a tropical hibiscus so it must be kept from frost or freezing at all times. In colder areas, the tropical hibiscus makes a great summer plant that can be used as an annual or containerized and greenhoused in the wintertime. This plant may be used as a foundation plant around houses and buildings..