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Jesse Saylor

Vigorous and summer-blooming, Rose-of-Sharon is a large, deciduous shrub that originates from Asia. It has an upright, bushy habit and a tendency to spread and seed itself in, if given the opportunity. Throughout the growing season it has lustrous, lobed, palm-shaped leaves of medium green. From mid to late summer it produces medium to large, open, funnel-shaped blooms that have a papery appearance. These may be white, lavender, red, pink or purple, depending on the cultivar. Double and semi-double...

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Jesse Saylor

(Red Heart Rose-of-Sharon, Rose-of-Sharon)

The ‘Red Heart’ cultivar of Rose of Sharon flowers in mid to late summer with single, white blooms that have a red center.

Rose of Sharon is easily grown and is used for hedges, in mixed borders, and as a specimen plant. It prefers well-drained soil and a place in full sun to bloom well. Prune back in early spring to encourage bushiness.

Image of Hibiscus syriacus

Jesse Saylor

(Rose-of-Sharon, Rubis Rose-of-Sharon)

Long grown for its showy saucer-shaped summer flowers, rose-of-Sharon is a large upright deciduous shrub from eastern Asia. The antique cultivar 'Rubis' bears rose-red, maroon-eyed blooms for many weeks from midsummer to early fall, attracting hummingbirds, butterflies, and bees. The flowers are followed by capsule-like fruits, whose seeds often give rise to self-sown seedlings. The lustrous lobed leaves of medium green appear in mid-spring, later than those of most other deciduous plants. They do...

(Rose-of-Sharon, Totus Albus Rose-of-Sharon)

Vigorous and summer-blooming, 'Totus Albus' is an exceptional rose-of-Sharon with a dense, bushy upright habit and showy flowers. The blooms are single and large with clear white crinkly petals. They appear through to autumn, and the lobed green leaves turn dirty yellow at season's end.

Rose-of-Sharon grows best in full to partial sun and fertile loam with even moisture and good drainage. It is easy to grow and well-suited as an informal hedge or screen. Plant ‘Totus Albus' in a mixed shrub...

(Rose-of-Sharon, Woodbridge Rose-of-Sharon)

The bold rose-of-Sharon, 'Woodbridge' is vigorous and summer-blooming. It is a deciduous shrub with a dense, bushy, vase-shaped habit. It produces numerous large, single flowers in the heat of summer. Each bloom is fuchsia-pink, dark red in the center and has a bright yellow floral tube. They bloom through autumn, and the lobed green leaves turn dirty yellow at season's end.

Rose-of-Sharon grows best in full to partial sun and fertile loam with even moisture and good drainage. It is easy to...

(Chiffon™ Rose-of-Sharon, Rose-of-Sharon)

Vigorous and summer-blooming, Rose-of-Sharon is a large, deciduous shrub that originates from Asia. It has an upright, bushy habit and a tendency to spread and seed itself in, if given the opportunity. Throughout the growing season it has lustrous, lobed, palm-shaped leaves of medium green. From mid to late summer it produces medium to large, open, funnel-shaped blooms that have a papery appearance. These may be white, lavender, red, pink or purple, depending on the cultivar. Double and semi-double...

(Rose-of-Sharon, Satin® Rose-of-Sharon)

Vigorous and summer-blooming, Rose-of-Sharon is a large, deciduous shrub that originates from Asia. It has an upright, bushy habit and a tendency to spread and seed itself in, if given the opportunity. Throughout the growing season it has lustrous, lobed, palm-shaped leaves of medium green. From mid to late summer it produces medium to large, open, funnel-shaped blooms that have a papery appearance. These may be white, lavender, red, pink or purple, depending on the cultivar. Double and semi-double...

Image of Hibiscus trionum photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

Hibiscus is a large genus consisting of more than 200 species of herbaceous plants, trees, and shrubs, both evergreen and deciduous. Most are native to the warm areas of the world, including the tropics, subtropics and warm-temperate regions. Chinese hibiscus is arguably the most widely planted and beloved of all tropical flowering shrubs.

Usually woody and variable in form, Hibiscus have simple leaves that are arranged alternately on the stem. They are often lobed with toothed...

Image of Holmskioldia sanguinea photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Chinese Hat Plant)

With weeping branches filled with small orange parasol-like flowers that are particularly numerous in from late fall to early spring, Chinese-hat plant is a large, sprawling evergreen tropical shrub native to the lower elevations of the southern Himalayas. First growing erect, the new, young branches dart outward and weep creating a scrambling plant that is almost vine-like. The small, medium green leaves are oval with a tip and are lightly felted. The flowers can occur throughout the year, but appear...

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Lane Greer

(Creambush, Ocean-spray)

A western home site with room to grow and plenty of wildlife will benefit from this easy to grow and remarkably resilient large shrub. Creambush is native to much of the far west, from California to British Columbia eastward to the Rockies. In the wild, it grows far larger along the Pacific Coast than it does further inland, suggested a preference to coastal growing conditions, though it is well-adapted to both places. Consider this a drought resistant alternative to spiraea in climates too warm...