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Diana Tree Form Rose of Sharon -
The Hibiscus Diana are known for their beautiful large single white flowers that bloom from mid summer to frost when few other white flowering plants are in bloom. Also called hardy hibiscus, Diana Hibiscus grows in sun or partial shade and in any soil. The growth rate ranges from slow to moderate, and transplanting is easy.
Hibiscus syriacus also known as althea or Rose of Sharon.
Peak blooming for this hardy hibiscus flowering shrub takes place in August. Prune in late winter or early spring. Frequent severe pruning your hibiscus bushes gives fewer but larger flowers; no or little pruning gives many small flowers. Greenwood Nursery offers the most poplar varieties of Rose of Sharon.
Space rose of sharon 4 to 5 feet apart in a row to create a beautiful flowering living fence hedge.
Diana Hibiscus Tree Form ships as one 2 to 3 foot bare root field grown transplant.