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What's My Zone?
Zone: 5 to 9Perennial
|Blooms mid-summer to early autumn|
Cultivar Notes - 'Turn of the Century'
'Turn of the Century' produces unusual, bicolored flowers ranging from dark red to light pink. Petals alternate colors, giving them the appearance of a 5-veined pinwheel. more compact than standard hibiscus. Makes an outstanding accent plant.
Genus Notes - Hibiscus
Hardy hibiscus form large bushy plants. They bloom mid- to late-summer and have absolutely huge, glorious crepe paper-like flowers. They grow best in full sun in moist soil. Hibiscus are very late to break dormancy and need temperatures above 50°F before growth will appear.