A late blooming classic, this hibiscus has been trained into a tree to add ornamental charm to your landscaping!
Includes one pot of Rose of Sharon 'Raspberry Smoothie' Hibiscus Tree.
High impact color late in the season when your garden needs it the most! Infuse your garden in fuchsia raspberry colored double blooms this summer with the 'Raspberry Smoothie' hibiscus tree. Typically seen in shrub form, we have trained this Rose of Sharon Hibiscus to grow as an ornamental tree form.
Hummingbird and butterflies will love sipping on this sweet hibiscus! Sit back and enjoy the view as these beautiful garden guests dance among your blooms.
This late blooming tree provides color in your garden from mid-summer to early fall when other plants show exhaustion from the summer heat. Reaching only 6-8 feet tall and 4 feet wide makes this a true focal piece in the garden. Plant your hibiscus tree along a pathway or around your home as an accent. Also great in large containers this tree adds a great pop of color to your deck.
Great genetics make this an easy to care for addition to your garden. 'Raspberry Smoothie' is resistant to deer, insects, and disease. It is also tolerant to high heat and periods of drought.
Can be grown throughout most of the continental U.S. An excellent value and investment in any landscape. **This product cannot ship to the following states and territories AK, HI, PR, VI, GUAM.
| |Plants ship to you based on your geographic location.
Your shipment will be based on the USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map
which we have correlated to your zip code
. This means you will receive your plants when it is the right time to plant for you.
You will receive one Rose of Sharon 'Raspberry Smoothie' 2-3' Hibiscus Tree well rooted in a one gallon pot.
These plants are carefully selected and packed for safe transport directly to you. Open immediately and follow the instructions in the planting guide
available online that provides specific care instructions including how to plant them, continuing care and winterizing.
Expect plants to reach maturity in 12 months. However, growth can be affected by many factors including fertilization and climate factors unique to your planting location.
Expect heaviest blooming mid-summer to frost. You may see a few flowers the first year with more and more flowers each year as the plants grow.