The dream for hardy hibiscus is for flowers that make the garden look like an island paradise on a habit that'll survive cold weather. Hardy hibiscus generally produce decently sized blooms in mostly reds, whites and pinks. They're gorgeous, but not quite the massive, tropical wonders of their southern counterparts. With this in mind, it's no wonder the new cultivar Grape Sorbet™ is an award winner. Thanks to Texas A&M's research and breeding, this entirely new bloom color will help you feel the sun and sand even if you're gardening in zone 5. The blooms are 8" across, ruffled, and last from July to frost, when most of the other big floral displays are done for the year. The plant is compact at just 3'x3'. As moscheutos is an herbaceous variety, it'll die back in winter and grow new in spring. Hibiscus x moscheutos '4406' PPAF
Hibiscus moscheutos '4406' PPAF
Sun Exposure:Full Sun, Partial Shade
Height/Habit:24 - 36 inches
Spread:24 - 36 inches
Spacing:24 - 36 inches
Flowering Date:Mid summer to Early Fall
Planting Instructions:Dig a hole large enough to accommodate the roots without bending them. Work soil around the roots, firm well and water thoroughly.
Winter Care:Mulch heavily the first winter
Shipped:NO. 1 BAREROOT
Flower Form:Single ruffled petals
Foliage Type:Dark Green foliage
Pruning:Can deadhead to improve the appearance of the plant. Last years growth can be cut down in late winter/early spring.
Soil Requirement:Moist, well drained soil. Adapts to most soil types except exceptionally dry soils. Tolerates wet soils. Marginal aquatic plant.
Additional Information:Hibiscus are slow to break dormancy, so be patient, while watching for new spring growth.
Restricted States:AE AK GU HI PR
When will my order ship?
Plants will be shipped at the proper planting time for your area of the country during the shipping timeframes outlined below:
2020 Spring Shipping Schedule
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