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What's My Zone?Annual
Cultivar Notes - 'Tradewinds™ Assortment'
There is no better way to give your yard a tropical feel than a bright, big-flowered hibiscus. The Tradewinds series hibiscus are compact and perfect for containers, but have just as many large bright blooms as the shrub varieties. Make sure to put them in a sunny spot, and keep up with fertilizing to ensure lots of new buds.
Series Notes - Tradewinds™
TradeWinds Hibiscus brings paradise to your home year-round. Beautiful colors and dark green, glossy foliage are attractive attributes of this plant, which has been bred to bloom and bloom when given proper care. All varieties are tested for uniformity and durability for home use.
TradeWinds Hibiscus are ideal for patios and window boxes, even as bedding plants. Try them in areas where you now use geraniums or salvia. The plants thrive in sunny locations and take the heat well.
Species Notes - Hibiscus rosa-sinensis
Few plants offer the tropical touch of tropical hibiscus. These sun-loving plants feature bold, plate-shaped flowers in a dazzling array of colors. You’ll most commonly find these flowering plants blooming in shades of red, pink, yellow, and orange, but there are also purple, lavender-blue, white, and bicolor varieties available. Some also have variegated foliage that adds appeal.
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.