Pink Rose of Sharon Hibiscus
Cold Hardy, Summer Blooming!
This unique pink variety of Rose of Sharon gives you vibrant pink blooms as far north as Growing Zone 5. It's the most cold-hardy Rose of Sharon we've ever seen!
You'll get green summer foliage and flowers that last from the dog days of summer until the first frost. In late summer, when most shrubs have faded, your Pink Rose of Sharon will still be in full bloom!
These plants are altheas (part of the hibiscus family), so they grow almost anywhere.
The pink blossoms on this hardy shrub add bright color to your garden. The flowers even attract butterflies and hummingbirds!
These look great in groups of three. Use them as a tall hedge for privacy, or highlighted as a tree or shrub.
The Pink Rose of Sharon is pest-resistant and requires little maintenance once planted. A light pruning in early spring will enhance blossoming and growth.
Show off in your neighborhood with this beauty of many colors!