Diana White Althea Tree Form
Large Pure White Hibiscus Flowers in a Cold Hardy Plant
- Unique althea tree form adds elegance and curb appeal
- Dwarf flowering tree perfect for pots and small spaces
- Sterile rose of sharon that is non-invasive
- Attracts butterflies and resists deer
The Diana White Althea tree form may be our favorite of our exclusive rose of Sharon trees. This small flowering tree has a naturally rounded canopy. The flowers are large, pure white, and elegant. These heavy blooming plant flowers from summer until the first frost. Butterflies flock to these gorgeous blooms.
The Diana White Hibiscus tree is easy to grow and low maintenance. It is also adaptable, deer resistant, award-winning, and salt, pollution, and drought-tolerant!
- White hibiscus flowers. The big white blooms each have only 5 large lacy petals, giving this tree an exceptionally sophisticated appearance. The Diana White Rose of Sharon tree adds an upscale look to any landscape.
- Small tree. This dwarf flowering tree fits in any yard. It can even grow in containers.
- Sterile triploid rose of Sharon. The Diana White Althea tree form produces few if any seeds so it is not invasive.
- Great tree for beginners. This small tree is very easy to grow. It is adaptable, tolerant, and versatile. It is a no-hassle plant for newbies to the gardening world.
Order the Diana White Althea Tree today. We have limited quantities only once per year and they sell out fast.
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Plant your Diana White Althea tree in full or part sun. This small tree can easily adapt to most ground and environmental conditions. It is quite hardy and easy to grow.
Water and mulch your newly planted tree. Continue to water this plant deeply one to two times per week for about 2 to 3 months while it is establishing its roots. Mulch will provide protection for your tree and help keep the soil moist longer.
Slow release fertilizer should be applied in spring. It will provide the necessary nutrients for your tree to grow and thrive.
Prune this tree in late winter or early spring as needed.
This Hibiscus tree should be treated like any other dwarf flowering tree. With a naturally rounded canopy, this tree has a really nice habit that looks beautiful just about anywhere. The white flowers from summer until frost add elegance.
Plant the Diana White Althea tree as a specimen in a mixed bed or in groups as a hedge or cluster.
This dwarf tree is perfect for wedding and cottage gardens.
Put it on your deck, patio, or entryway as a potted plant for an upscale look.
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|Mature Height||6-10 Feet|
|Mature Width||5-6 Feet|