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Hibiscus, commonly called the Rose of Sharon, are large shrubs or small trees that produce red, trumpet-shaped flowers over a long bloom season. It is a high impact flower that will make a garden in any part of the world look like a tropical paradise. They can be planted alone, used as a specimen plant or grown as hedge plant. Hibiscus can also be pruned into a single stemmed small tree.
About this Variety
Hibiscus Lucy produces beautiful, tropical red blooms profusely throughout the summer with little to no maintenance.
- Prolific bloomers
- Easy to grow
- Vigorous growers
- Very hardy
- Showy, tropical blooms
Summer into Fall
Grows 8-12' tall
Plant 6-10' apart, with the crown at soil level
Grow as Perennial in zones 5-8, Grow as Annual elsewhere.
Plant Hibiscus in the spring after all danger of frost has passed in a full sun location. Dig a hole approximately a 12" deep and a 12" wide. Place the plant in the hole and fill it half full with soil. Fill hole with water. After water has drained, fill the rest of the hole with the remaining soil. Water thoroughly again and continue doing so regularly. Fertilize at planting and then again each year after flowering.
Hibiscus blooms best in full sun. Little to no pruning will allow it to bloom profusely with smaller flowers, while heaving pruning will create larger but fewer flowers.