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TURN OF THE CENTURY HARDY HIBISCUS

TURN OF THE CENTURY HARDY HIBISCUS

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TURN OF THE CENTURY HARDY HIBISCUS

Hibiscus x 'Turn of the Century'
PPAF Plant propagation prohibited

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2 gallon Potted (SKU: 4782)
(202 units - G) Available Now - Details   -     -   **HARDY HIBISCUS CANNOT BE SHIPPED UNTIL AFTER JUNE 1ST TO GUARANTEE THEY ARE BREAKING DORMANCY**

List Price $45.00   In Stock


Jumbo gallon Potted (SKU: 6534)
(0 units available now) - Details   -     -   **HARDY HIBISCUS CANNOT BE SHIPPED UNTIL AFTER JUNE 1ST TO GUARANTEE THEY ARE BREAKING DORMANCY**

List Price $35.00

Hardiness Zone: 5-10   ·   Mature Height: 5-6 Feet   ·   Mature Spread: 2-3 Feet

Buy Turn of the Century Hardy Hibiscus online. 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. Note: Hardy Hibiscus will die back to the ground every winter and emerge from the ground in mid to late spring. Remove old canes to the ground in mid winter. If you purchase our potted Hardy Hibiscus when dormant (September - May) you will receive a one to two year old healthy potted root system. The top cut off to allow new shoots to grow in mid to late spring.

Family: Malvaceae · Common Name: Althea / Rose of Sharon / Hardy Hibiscus

FREE with every plant purchased:

  • The Sooner Guarantee: For details, click here!
  • A pre-applied, pre-measured amount of time release fertilizer that keeps your plant well nourished for up to one year.
  • Pre-hydrated Hydro-Gels are included in the top of each container to use when planting as they help retain soil moisture, and plants will establish more quickly with less transplant shock. Plants will also survive drought-like conditions and accidental missed waterings better.
  • Planting and Care Instruction brochure.
  • Catalogs of new and exciting plant brands, such as Garden Debut® and Proven Winners®.

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TURN OF THE CENTURY HARDY HIBISCUS Plant Characteristics

Flower Color*
Dark Pink
Light Pink
Multi-Colored
Pink
Red
Flower Type*
Single Blooming
Growth Rate*
Fast
Leaf Color Spring*
Green
Leaf Color Summer*
Green
Leaf Type*
Deciduous/Herbaceous
Nature Assets*
Attracts Bees
Attracts Butterflies
Plant Type*
Perennial
Preferred Planting Season*
Spring Planting
Summer Planting
Propagation Methods*
Cuttings or Divisions
Exposure (Short)
Full Sun

1 review(s) for TURN OF THE CENTURY HARDY HIBISCUS

  1. Julie - May 16, 2018
    Washington (Hardiness Zone: 6)

    Grew about 5, 3" flowers last summer about a month after arrival and planting. Flowers were a solid pink and did not have the tri-color effect as these photos show. This year, has not sprouted and is dead- even after mulching and covering for overwintering in the NW. Only 3 of the 5 ordered survived.

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TURN OF THE CENTURY HARDY HIBISCUS Homeowner Growing & Maintenance Tips

Hardy Hibiscus is easy to grow and adapts to most conditions. Remove dead canes in early spring to avoid root rot during the winter. One of the last plants to break dormancy in spring, and can stay dormant into early summer. Feed once a year with a slow release fertilizer.