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Hibiscus Ardens Tree Form
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Size at time of shipping: 2 to 3 foot, bare root transplant already tree form trained and trimmed, and ready to plant when received.Orders shipping to the following states: AZ, CA, CO, ID, MT, NV, OR, UT, WA, and WY are subject to a 20% handling charge due to additional plant preparation and shipping surcharges.
Hibiscus ArdensTree Form, Hibiscus Syriacus 'Ardens' (Hardy Hibiscus), one of the most beautiful and striking plants that has been introduced over the last several years in the nursery industry to the landscape gardener and homeowner. Also referred to as tree form Rose of Sharon, this small growing tree form shrub is a great long blooming summer plant.
The tree form hibiscus pictured in the landscape setting is a single white 'Diana' to show the shape of the tree form tree you will be receiving. The inset picture is the bloom of the Ardens double, rose-purple flowers with a maroon blotch. The trees are shipped bare root in a dormant state as a full 2 to 3 foot specimen, easy to transplant, and ready to grow.
Your Ardens tree form plants will produce masses of 3 to 5 inch double, rose-purple flowers blooms all summer long. Peak bloom takes place in August.
Use as an entrance to a garden or along walkways or drives.
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. The growth rate ranges from slow to moderate, and transplanting is easy. The single or double flowers are in shades of red, pink, white and purple, depending on the cultivar. Peak bloom takes place in August. Prune in late winter or early spring. Frequent severe pruning gives fewer but larger flowers; no or little pruning gives many small flowers. Young plants are not as hardy as older plants.
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