Hibiscus is a large genus of stunning and colorful flowering shrubs. There are tropical hibiscus that we commonly see in pots on patios and there are Rose of Sharon or Althea Hibiscus which are much more cold hardy and can be planted throughout the US.
Rose of Sharon/Althea Hibiscus Varieties
The Blue Satin Chiffon Hibiscus is stunning with its unique, true blue colored blooms. This hibiscus is easy to grow, seedless, deer resistant and attracts butterflies. In the landscape, use as a single specimen, a mass planting, or a screening hedge.
The layered petals of the exuberant Lavender Chiffon Hibiscus flower is a sight to behold! Butterflies think so too! This Hibiscus is low maintenance and deer resistant. The Lavender Chiffon Hibiscus is versatile in the landscape. No matter how you use this flowering shrub in your yard it is sure to stand out.
The large, lacy, lush blooms of the Pink Chiffon Hibiscus are reminiscent of a ballerina’s tutu. You’ll love watching butterflies dance around this easy to grow hibiscus. Gorgeous as a hedge, a mass planting or even a single focal shrub, the Pink Chiffon Hibiscus can go almost anywhere in your landscape.
Be sure to browse our Flowering Trees for additional flower options.