White Rose of Sharon Hibiscus
Bright White Blooms from Summer until Winter
The White Rose of Sharon Hibiscus makes it easy to get vibrant white blooms without constant care. It's tough, too... and cold-hardy as far north as Growing Zone 5!
This plant is really easy to grow, making it a popular choice among beginner gardeners who want something that will bloom without much maintenance.
In late summer, when most other shrubs are done blooming, your White Rose of Sharon will still be fully covered by lovely flowers.
Some gardeners grow these as flowering privacy hedges. Just space them four feet apart for a vibrant screen.
This temperate-zone version of the tropical hibiscus delights with its green summer foliage and blossoms from mid- to late summer through early fall. For even more blooms, lightly prune in early spring.
The plant is pest- and disease-resistant.