True blue is a rare color for hardy hibiscus, especially on blooms that are this large. Even bigger than the popular Bluebird, Hawaii™'s cool–tone petals make a dramatic contrast to the red eye. These flowers energize the summer garden when little else is blooming. They draw in butterflies and other pollinators, but deer tend not to bother. This is a syriacus, also known as a Rose of Sharon, with a hardier woody habit for cooler climates. It'll grow taller than wide, into a nice vase shape and looks gorgeous along a fence for extra screening and privacy. Once established, it'll be drought tolerant, too. Hibiscus syriacus 'Minsygrbl1'