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.
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 .
Elegant Lavender Flowers Summer to FallLavender Chiffon Rose of Sharon is a deciduous shrub with ornamental features. One would look outstanding in your perennial bed, or plant several for an eye-caching hedge. These can also be grown as container plants for your porch or patio. Lavender Chiffon can even be pruned into a small tree if you’d like to add a creative touch.Your Lavender Chiffon Rose of Sharon is one of the longest blooming and most prolific of the Hibiscus varieties! Masses of fully double 3 to 4-inch blooms appear in late summer. Each large, single lavender flower is adorned with a lacy center to create an anemone-like bloom. The individual flowers last only a day or so, but more flowers continue to bloom from summer to fall. The 4-inch long, 3-lobed leaves fill out your Lavender Chiffon nicely, adding to its elegant appearance for your yard.Lavender Chiffon Rose of Sharon will grow to about 8 feet tall with a 6 foot spread. It presents a stately presence in your yard with its upright, multi-stemmed, vase shape and impressive blooms. It grows in any soil, unless extremely wet or dry. This deciduous shrub prefers full sun and is disease and pest resistant. Overall, this is one tough plant, and is able to maintain itself through good and poor weather alike.With proper care, Lavender Chiffon Rose of Sharon is sure to reward you with months of gorgeous blooms every year!* Large, long-blooming flowers * Carefree.
Hardy Hibiscus with Bright, Variegated FoliageRose of Sharon Sugar Tip™, Hibiscus syriacus ‘America Irene Scott’, is an eye-catching new Rose of Sharon with brightly variegated foliage.The bluish-green leaves have lovely creamy-white margins and are topped with loads of clear pink, double flowers.Hibiscus Sugar Tip™ does not produce seed like older cultivars which makes it perfect for both southern and northern climates.Sugar Tip™ is easy to grow in full sun and normal garden soils. It is an excellent flowering shrub that may be massed, planted in groups or used as a specimen; very tolerant of summer heat and humidity.Larger flowers may be obtained on ‘America Irene Scott’ by pruning back hard to 2-3 buds in early spring.A confection too delicious to resist, you can use Sugar Tip™ as an accent specimen in the garden, or make it a breathtaking hedge! You will be the envy of your neighborhood!This garden plant is sure to provide many years of enjoyment!* Double flowers* Heat and humidity tolerant* Variegated foliage.
The Only Miniature Rose of Sharon in the WorldLil’ Kim Rose of Sharon, Hibiscus syriacus ‘Antong Two’, is one of the most exciting new plants that we are offering!Lil’ Kim Rose of Sharon was hybridized in South Korea and it is the only miniature Rose of Sharon in the world. Growing to only 3-4 feet tall, this unique little shrub creates many new landscape and garden uses, like mixed container or perennial beds.The 3 inch pure white flowers are punctuated with a showy red eye and last for three days, instead of one day like other Rose of Sharon.The thick, dark green leaves complete the ensemble for an outstanding landscape plant!It is an excellent flowering shrub that may be massed, planted in groups or used as a specimen; very tolerant of summer heat and humidity.Larger flowers may be obtained by pruning back hard to 2-3 buds in early spring.Lil’ Kim Rose of Sharon is easy to grow in full sun and normal garden soils. This garden plant is sure to provide many years of enjoyment!* Specimen plant* Low maintenance* Heat and humidity tolerant.
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.