This isn’t your grandmother’s Rose of Sharon! We can just about guarantee that you have never seen a hibiscus like this before. Hardy hibiscus (or Rose of Sharon as it is commonly called) is an old-fashioned garden classic used in cottage gardens all over Europe and the USA. ‘White Pillar’ Hardy Hibiscus (Hibiscus syriacus ‘Gandini van Aart’) turns the whole look of this classic on its head! This brand new version of Rose of Sharon doesn’t grow in the common bushy-shrub sort of way you’ve come to expect from the species. Instead it grows in a single straight column reaching up to 16 feet tall but only 2-3 feet wide! Think of how you could use that in your garden! Screens by the A/C unit, hedges around the pool, containers flanking the front door or garden gate. This is a literal punctuation mark in your evergreen beds and perennial borders. The tall, thin shrub is covered in deep green leaves for three seasons, but in the summer it is dotted from head to foot with snow-white double-flowered tropical-looking hibiscus flowers. This is also a pollinator magnet and will be buzzing with bees, butterflies and hummingbirds all summer. This is a game changer! Order yours today! * Double white flowers * Unique vertical growth up to 16’ tall * Only 2’-3’ wide * Continuous bloom * Easy care * Bees, butterflies and hummingbirds.
Exquisite Tree of Flowers from Summer to FallBlue Chiffon Rose of Sharon Tree is an ornamental Hibiscus shrub trained into a tree form. Plant a few in containers for your front porch or patio. Place a few along a walkway or as a focal point for your perennial bed. Anywhere you place these remarkable trees is sure to be a hit.It’s hard to imagine a way to improve upon the ethereal loveliness of the Blue Chiffon Rose of Sharon. With its exquisite flowers and vibrant foliage, Blue Chiffon is an attention-grabber from mid-summer into fall. However, imagine for a moment this picture of floral perfection…but in tree form! How amazing to have this incredible tree for your own yard, resplendent in its large double blooms of lavender, with a ruffled appearance that beacons you to reach out and touch its silky petals. A dollop of scarlet tint at the center of each bloom adds to the already spectacular display. Blue Chiffon Rose of Sharon will grow to 12 feet tall with a 4 foot spread. It has an upright nature and is adaptable to variety of conditions. Blue Chiffon is a relatively fast grower, is drought and heat tolerant and can even tolerate seaside conditions. Overall, it’s a tree form Rose of Sharon that will bring you fantastic results while requiring little work for you.Nothing compares to the gorgeous tree of flowers your Blue Chiffon will produce for your home this year. Plant one today. You’ll be glad you did.* Beautiful flowers* Fast grower* Deer resistant* Adaptable to a variety of soils* Drought and heat tolerant* Salt tolerant* Works well in containers.
Outstanding Flowers Mid-Summer to FallBlue Chiffon Rose of Sharon is a deciduous shrub with outstanding flowers. Plant one as a focal point in your front yard, or anywhere you’d like to attract some mid-summer attention.Your Blue Chiffon is sure to provide some much-needed color to your mid-summer and fall garden. It’s the latest addition to the Chiffon series from breeder Dr. Roderick Woods of England.You’ll adore the exquisite blue flowers with their lacy centers of light lavender-blue petals that give it a semi-double appearance. The flower centers are accented with wine-red hues that streak out from the veins of the petals. A profuse bloomer, you can expect to enjoy your Blue Chiffon’s display from July through September.Blue Chiffon Rose of Sharon grows up to 12 feet in height with a 4 foot spread. Its already large flowers can be made even larger by pruning back to 2-3 buds in early spring. Left on its own however, you will still be treated to gorgeous flowers on a lovely shrub. Blue Chiffon is relatively hardy and tolerates heat and humidity well. Hummingbirds and butterflies love it, but deer tend to leave it alone. It’s quite simply a beautiful, flowering shrub that is easy to grow and sure to provide enjoyment in your yard for years to come.* Large flowers* Mid-summer to fall blooms* Wildlife interest* Profuse bloomer* Attracts Hummingbirds* Deer Resistant .
Long-Blooming, Hardy Hibiscus Minerva Rose of Sharon, Hibiscus syriacus ‘Minerva’ or also known as Minerva Althea, is an ornamental shrub with impressive, long-blooming flowers. Plant one as an accent near a window or door where you’re sure to catch every moment of its impressive display. Minerva would also do well in containers on your back porch. It’s a lovely Hibiscus variety that you won’t want to miss. Your Minerva Rose of Sharon’s hallmark feature is its trumpet-shaped, summer blooms of impressive grace and color. Each sumptuous blossom features delicate lavender petals surrounding a dramatic red throat with a bold yellow stamen. The glossy, dark-green foliage frames the flowers to perfection for a garden display that stands out amid other plantings. Unlike other Hibiscus varieties that put on a show and then retire for the season, Minerva Hibiscus will flower again-and-again for a spectacular display summer and into fall. Minerva Rose of Sharon will grow up to 10 feet in height with a 6-foot spread. It has an upright form and dense growth habit. Minerva adapts to a variety of conditions and is quite hardy. Under ideal conditions you can expect your Minerva Rose of Sharon to live for up to 40 years. With the variety of Hibiscus varieties to choose from, it can be difficult to decide which one would work best for you. Minerva Rose of Sharon is one type that will look great in just about any landscape and do so with a repeat of color that is sure to please even the most discerning of gardeners. Try one today! * Adaptive to a variety of conditions * Deer resistant * Works well in containers * Urban tolerant * Long bloom period * Vigorous growth * Drought tolerant * Wildlife interest.
White, Moonlit BloomsDiana Rose of Sharon is a deciduous shrub with ornamental flowers. It looks wonderful in almost any setting, including as a specimen plant by your front door, or planted en masse along an outbuilding. Diana can also be trained to a single trunk tree for a unique display. Your Diana Rose of Sharon produces a truly remarkable bloom! The 5-petaled, 6-inch flowers are pure white. Even the stamens are white, creating a blossom of pure perfection that is especially striking against the dark green foliage. The blooms will often stay open even at night, ensuring that a moonlit walk through your garden becomes an ethereal experience. The flowers begin to blossom in summer, and continue on until fall. Diana Rose of Sharon will grow up to 12 feet tall with an 8-foot spread. It’s a vigorous grower with a multi-stemmed, upright nature. Diana Rose of Sharon is also tolerant of drought, poor soils and can handle heat and humidity. It’s the type of shrub that can satisfy your urge to create and fuss, or you can leave it alone to grow naturally beautiful. Clip off a few of the buds early in the season if you’d prefer larger flowers. You can also prune Diana to shape as you prefer. Rose of Sharon shrubs are outstandingly beautiful shrubs for the home landscape, and Diana is no exception. Plant one today and begin enchanted walks in the moonlight amid your pristine, white Diana blooms.* Superior flowers * Long bloom period * Fast growing.
One of the Most Popular Shrubs With Commerical LandscapersRose of Sharon – Blue Bird, Hibiscus syriacus ‘Blue Bird’, produces a nearly true-blue flower, (pale to medium-dark blue) that slightly edges into lavender. It is navy blue and magenta at the bottom of the throat and has large white, to creamy white, to pale yellow stamens. It reaches seven to ten feet tall and nearly as wide, though it can and probably should be kept pruned to a smaller size or narrower width. A moderate grower, it’s also pollution-tolerant, which is why you’ll find these shrubs used extensively in city and commercial landscapes. Rose of Sharon prefers full sun and well-drained soil. Its attractive and plentiful blooms make Blue Bird fully capable of holding its own as a specimen. One’s ability to shape Rose of Sharon also makes the shrub a prime candidate for hedges. But since this bush is deciduous, it makes an effective privacy hedge only in summer. It is a profuse bloomer and not only blooms late, but leafs out late, as well.* Easy to grow* Urban tollerant* Makes a beautiful hedge .
A Long-Lasting Blush for your GardenBlush Satin Rose of Sharon is an ornamental bush with exceptional decorative features. Plant one as a focal point in your perennial bed, or use as an ornamental hedge along an outbuilding. A few of these will dress up any area. You can even plant a few in patio pots to bring indoors later for winter enjoyment.The incredible thing about Rose of Sharon plants is the large, brightly- colored flowers that bloom mid-summer and into fall. It’s like having the vibrant, exotic blooms of the tropics without the fussy, fragile nature of many showy varieties…and Blush Satin is no exception. It’s sure to add a subtle and lovely “blush” to your garden, especially when your other plants are beginning to fade. The white flowers have a strong, pink blush that’s kissed with scarlet at the center. The yellow stamen is another accent that further makes each marvelous bloom a stand-out for your garden. It’s the type of shrub that asks for little, but gives a lot in return. It will even be a popular lure for your butterflies and hummingbirds with its large blooms.Blush Satin Rose of Sharon is a deciduous bush growing up to 12 feet tall with a 6 foot spread. It’s fast-growing, so you’ll see results quickly. It doesn’t mind pruning, tolerates a variety of soils, and is pollution tolerant. Even your deer will tend to pass it by. It’s a very easy shrub to care for, with a lovely upright shape that can be altered to fit your needs.For magnificent flowers on a hardy, long-blooming shrub, you can’t go wrong with a Blush Satin Rose of Sharon.* Long-blooming, impressive flowers * Wildlife interest * Easy to grow.
Versatile Shrub That’s Easy to GrowRed Heart Hibiscus, Hibiscus syriacus ‘Red Heart’, is an upright growing shrub with large, single, saucer shaped flowers of pure white with a scarlet center. Flowers bloom from July until frost. This xeriscape plant is a vigorous, upright, vase-shaped, deciduous shrub that may be massed, planted in groups, used as a specimen, a foundation plant, or shrub borders. Red Heart Hibiscus can also be used as a hedge or screen. It has no serious insect or disease problems. Annual pruning back will result in increased shoot vigor and larger flowers. It is adaptable to a wide range of soil conditions and tolerant of full sun to partial shade. These small, erect trees have numerous upright branches, which should be pruned back heavily in the early spring. Mature height of 8-12′ with a mature spread of 6-8′.* Widely adaptable* Great as hedge or screen* Thrives in full sun to part shade .
Radiant Red Blooms Summer to FallFreedom Rose of Sharon is a deciduous shrub with ornamental appeal. Plant one as a specimen plant in a front or side yard where you’re sure to catch its radiant bloom. Your Freedom Rose of Sharon is an old-fashioned favorite in a newer, improved form! Beginning in summer, and persisting into the fall, Freedom produces luminous pink double-blooms that are large in size and immense in beauty. The lustrous, dark green leaves are the perfect accent for the bright flowers, and help your Freedom maintain a full, vibrant appearance all season long.Freedom Rose of Sharon will grow to 10 feet tall with an 8-foot spread. It has an upright, spreading nature and can be expected to live up to 40 years (under optimal conditions). It’s not fussy about soil types, thriving even in poor soils and drought conditions. It doesn’t mind pollution, so can do well even in urban environments. It has no significant pest or disease issues. Overall, Freedom is an easy-to-care-for plant with a hardy, productive nature.For a prolific plant with beautiful flowers summer through fall, and a hardy nature…look no further than Freedom Rose of Sharon!* Impressive flowers * Long bloom period * New and improved form.
A hardy double hibiscus! Maybe it was the August heat. Maybe it was the sunset colors reflecting in the swimming pool. Maybe it was the smell of the fresh-cut grass and the frosty beverage in hand.Nah. It was the Pink Chiffon Rose of Sharon backlit by the setting sun. This was the start to a perfect evening.Pink Chiffon Rose of Sharon (Hibiscus syriacus ‘JWNWOOD4’ ) is a late season bloomer that is covered with cake-frosting-pink flowers on top of gracefully swaying stems. These little confections are double and frilly and remind us of the dresses you’d see at the prom, circa 1954. That was a good year for dresses…and pretty girls. This is a late starter in the spring, so don’t worry if it isn’t waking up with the rest of the garden. Like every girl on prom night, she is worth the wait.Give Pink Chiffon plenty of sunlight and plenty of room to grow. It will quickly and easily reach 12’ tall and 5’ wide.Refined, but exotic, Pink Chiffon Rose of Sharon will define your summer garden…and possibly your whole summer!* Attracts pollinators – butterflies, bees and hummingbirds* Deer Resistant* Good as a Hedge* Seaside/Salt Tolerant.
Great For Borders & Even ContainersThe Althea ‘China Chiffon’, Hibiscus syriacus ‘Bricutts’, produces large single white flowers that are adorned with a red eye and a lacy center to create an anemone-like flower; performs even in cooler climates. A strong growth habit lends itself to pruning into a tree-form or upright shrub. ‘China Chiffon’ is great for borders, in a large container for a patio plant, or as a specimen plant, and it is deer resistant. Being a very easy growing and strong growing plant with lots of large blooms, this shrub will become the star in the garden from July through September with its bold yet delicate blooms!* Months of blooms* Cold hardy* Deer resistant .
Huge, Prolific BloomsBlue Satin Rose of Sharon is a deciduous shrub with outstanding ornamental appeal. It would be a stunning accent plant near your porch or patio. The ability to shape Rose of Sharon also makes it a prime candidate for hedges.Your Blue Satin is a vigorous, bloom-happy shrub. It not only gives you plenty of flowers, but boasts the most beautiful coloring in the Hibiscus world. It just doesn’t know when to quit!Blue Satin has larger flowers and better color, with more branching. All of which contributes to it providing an all-around longer show in your yard. You’ll love its huge 3-inch blooms. The magenta throats and ivory center of each flower complements the strong royal blue tone of the petals for a simply dazzling effect.The flowers are exceptionally uniform in color as well, so you won’t have any “washed out” end-of-season blooms with your Blue Satin. Blue Satin is a profuse bloomer that not only blooms late, but leafs out late as well…prolonging your enjoyment of its beauty in your yard.Rose of Sharon prefers full sun and well-drained soil, but will tolerate part shade as well. It’s tolerant of heat and drought, so its a great choice for those hot, dry spots in your yard where other shrubs are not happy. It’s even pollution-tolerant, so planting one on a city lot is no problem.For a shrub with stunning beauty that’s easy to care for, you can’t go wrong with a Blue Satin Rose of Sharon.* Dazzling flowers* Prolific bloomer* Hardy.
Pure White Anemone-like FlowersYou already have in your mind what Hibiscus flowers look like, right? Large, tropical looking flowers with wide petals and hot colors. Erase that picture form your mind, though, with the White Chiffon Hibiscus (White Chiffon™ Hibiscus syriacus ‘Notwoodtwo’ USPP 12,612).This lovely new introduction to the mallow/hibiscus family does have large and beautiful flowers, but they are not the typical hibiscus flower. First off they are pure white – a wonderful white that that doesn’t turn yellow – not the usual hot sunny or deep blue colors you see in other hibiscus.Secondly, they have a lovely lacey center that makes the flowers look much more like anemone flowers than hibiscus. These are truly a conversation piece that will have your gardening friends talking.These large shrubs can be pruned into small trees and do well in almost any soil (unless it’s to dry or too wet). They make great specimen plants, but also do well at the back of the border or along your fence line.Make sure to order yours from Nature Hills today. These are wonderful garden pants that probably will sell out fast.* Lovely late-summer flowers* Easy care* A Proven-Winners selection.
Longest Blooming Hibiscus on a Unique Dwarf Tree The Lavender Chiffon™ Hibiscus Tree Form has large, single lavender flowers adorned with a lacy center to create an anemone-like bloom. Masses of fully double 3-to 4-inch blooms appear in late summer. It is one of the longest-blooming as well as most prolific Hibiscus! This lovely ornamental tree will be a dramatic focal point when used in a container. With a mature height of 6-8 feet, it will be a fabulous addition where space may be limited. Lavender Chiffon Hibiscus Tree Form grows in any soil unless it is either really wet or extremely dry. This deciduous shrub prefers full sun and is disease and pest resistant. This is one tough plant, and is able to maintain itself through good weather and poor alike. With proper care your Lavender Chiffon Hibiscus Tree Form will reward you with months of blooms every year! * Carefree * Long blooming * Elegant.
Multiple colored blooms on one shrub!The Rose of Sharon – Fireworks (Althea syriacus Fireworks) is a magnificent, double blooming shrub that explodes in color all summer long.A variety of hibiscus, The Rose of Sharon is unlike most flowering shrubs. Rather than blooming in the spring, the Rose of Sharon blooms in late summer or early fall. It’s a wonderful choice to add late season color to your landscape.And what color it will be! The Rose of Sharon Fireworks is a unique collection of three different varieties. This produces wonderful double blooms in shades of pink, lavender and red. Multiple colored flowers on one shrub; quite a sight to see.This fascinating shrub grows upright in a somewhat vase shape. It will thrive in full sun, tolerates poor soil and scorching heat.Plant the stunning Rose of Sharon Fireworks and you will be amazed by the patchwork of stunning color this shrub will add to your landscape.* Very heat hardy* Late season bloomer* Multi colored blooms..