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Lady Stanley Rose of Sharon Tree

Lady Stanley Rose of Sharon Tree
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Lady Stanley Rose of Sharon Tree is the tree form Rose of Sharon and one of the more versatile small growing trees used by landscapers and home gardeners.

The Lady Stanley Tree forms blooms with double, pink flowers beginning in early summer. These beautiful small flowering trees are shipped bare root in a dormant to semi-dormant state as a full 2 to 3 ft specimen that will be easy to transplant and ready to grow.

Lady Stanley Rose of Sharon Tree is the tree form Rose of Sharon and one of the more versatile small growing trees used by landscapers and home gardeners.

The Lady Stanley Tree forms blooms with double, pink flowers beginning in early summer. These beautiful small flowering trees are shipped bare root in a dormant to semi-dormant state as a full 2 to 3 ft specimen that will be easy to transplant and ready to grow.

Your plants are 2 year old trees and will produce masses of 3+ inch double, pink flower blooms all summer long. Peak blooming takes place in August. Plant your Lady Stanley Tree Hibiscus at the entrance to a garden, along walkways or drives, or in large containers as a patio plant.

Tips for Pruning Rose of Sharon Tree:

Rose-of-Sharon Hibiscus is valued for large flowers produced in mid to late summer when few other shrubs bloom. The plant grows in sun or partial shade and in any soil type but should we well drained. The growth rate ranges from slow to moderate. While transplanting is easy, the plant may take its time in coming out of dormancy.

Planting several at one time may have them leafing out more than weeks apart the first spring planted. The single or double flowers are in shades of red, pink, white and purple, depending on the cultivar. Prune in late winter or early spring. Frequent severe pruning gives fewer but larger flowers; no to little pruning gives many small flowers. Young plants are not as hardy as older plants during cold winters.

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Lady Stanley Hibiscus Tree Form ships as one 2 to 3 foot bare root field grown transplant.