The plant produces a big bright blue flower that appears endlessly in high summer. Plants are upright growing and compact with handsome notched leaves. Prune in March and keep at 7′-8′ to avoid split-out. Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds.
Hibiscus Syriacus Blue Satin
BUT TOLERANT OF MOST SOILS, COMPOST ENRICHED WELL-DRAINED SOIL, PREFERS MOIST
SHOWY SUMMER FLOWERS
FULL SUN TO PART SUN
|SKU||Blue Satin Rose of Sharon|