Lavender Rose of Sharon Hibiscus
Get Long Lasting, Cold Hardy Blooms
We've never seen a Rose of Sharon shrub display this many blooms in northern regions. This cold-hardy shrub is a mini flower factory!
In the late summer, while most shrubs are finished blooming, your Lavender Rose of Sharon will be in its prime... covered in blooms that will last well into fall!
Many landscapers use this plant in groups of three for a splash of summer color in the garden. A new trend among gardeners is to grow flowering privacy hedges. Since the Lavender Rose of Sharon shrub grows up to eight feet tall, it's become a popular choice as a dense privacy screen.
This shrub has no known diseases and is pest-resistant. (Even deer leave it alone.) It's very drought-tolerant, too.
Lavender Rose of Sharon is a low-maintenance, colorful, and fragrant hedge that attracts birds and butterflies! The best part about it is its ease of care. Just plant and watch the blooms!