We are excited to introduce the beautiful Double Pink Rose of Sharon tree! Also known as an Althea or hardy hibiscus tree, this dwarf flowering tree puts on quite the blooming spectacle when most flowering plants have burned out. Enjoy loads of pretty pink double blooms from midsummer to fall. Butterflies and hummingbirds flock to the Double Pink Althea tree for its lovely flowers.
The Double Pink Rose of Sharon tree is easy to grow just like tradition althea plants. They are disease and insect resistant so you won't need to spray any harmful chemicals. They are drought tolerant once established so if you forget about your pretty tree on occasion it will be just fine.
- Unique Althea TREE! While we see Rose of Sharon shrubs often, these hardy hibiscus trees are very uncommon. Let your landscape stand out with the Double Pink Rose of Sharon tree!
- Pure Pink DOUBLE blooms! The Double Pink Rose of Sharon tree has flowers with twice the petals. It is a prolific bloomer that offers loads of blooms for months on end!
- Attractive to pollinators. Butterflies, bees, and hummingbirds love this flowering dwarf tree.
- Versatile in the landscape. The Double Pink Althea tree looks great as a focal in a mixed bed or in groups of 3 on the corners of your home or yard. Try Rose of Sharon trees to line your driveway for awesome color, huge blooms, and exciting landscape impact.
- Easy to grow. The Double Pink Rose of Sharon tree is deer, insect, and disease resistant. This low maintenance tree is also drought, heat, cold, and pollution tolerant. It is adaptable to just about any soil even tolerating wet sites.
Pro Tip: Water your Pink Hibiscus tree when the ground is dry during the growing season for the best bloom color.
The Double Pink Althea tree is low maintenance, deer, pest, and disease resistant, attractive to butterflies, beautiful and unique! What more could you want? And you WILL NOT find this tree in your neighbor’s yard. Rose of Sharon trees are hard to find! Your neighbors will beg to find out where you found this unique and stunning dwarf tree.
Add some beauty to your yard with the Double Pink Rose of Sharon tree! These gorgeous small flowering trees are going fast! Order yours today before they're gone!
Where Should I Plant This Rose Of Sharon?
This tree is adaptable to a variety of soils and thrives in full sun to part shade conditions in grow zones 5-9. This small tree is the perfect centerpiece for any mixed bed or garden.
When Does This Tree Bloom?
This tree is a prolific bloomer that offers loads of blooms for months on end! Expect beautiful flowers blossoming from summer through the fall season.
What Pairs Well With This Flowering Tree?
Lilacs, viburnums, and hydrangeas are great companion plants for this tree in a mixed bed or a garden.
When planting your Double Pink Rose of Sharon tree be sure you have the right location and conditions for your new plants to thrive. Spring and fall are ideal times to plant this shrub, but as long as you avoid extreme temperatures, especially in mild climates, you can plant throughout the year.
The Double Pink Althea tree enjoys part to full sun and is adaptable to just about any soil. Keep the soil moist, but not saturated, especially in summer and in the first few months after planting. If you encounter flower drop or only a small crop of flowers it is more likely to be a lack of water than it is a lack of fertilizer. Applying mulch at 1 to 2 inches deep is recommended for hibiscus syriacus trees. Mulching will cut back on watering needs, prevent weeds, and protect your plant in extreme temperatures. Feed our balanced slow release fertilizer in spring. You don’t need to prune Rose of Sharon trees, but if you need to prune for shape or size control, late winter or early spring is the best time. Prune off dead or broken branches when you notice them.
The best way to prevent disease and pests is by providing the appropriate care for your plants. Proper location choice, watering, and fertilization are the keys to your success. The Double Pink Rose of Sharon tree is pest and disease resistant.
If you do encounter any issues try the following methods: Treat aphids and whitefly naturally with neem oil or insecticidal soap. For severe infections you can use pesticides like carbaryl, also known as Sevin. Fungal infection can be prevented by making sure the planting site has good drainage and by avoiding overhead watering. Fungal infections can be treated with a fungicide. Treating most fungal issues after infection isn't very effective. However, you can prevent the infection from occurring on new growth or worsening on current growth. If you have had problems in a prior year, treat preventatively in early spring for best results.
The Double Pink Althea Hibiscus is a versatile tree that is perfect for just about any landscape. This Rose of Sharon plant looks amazing as a single focal tree or planted in groups of 3 for extra color and impact. Plant a row of these beauties for a graceful and distinctive hedge. This small tree is the perfect centerpiece for any mixed bed or garden. It is perfect for in a cottage garden! It offers a soft and feminine feel and pretty pink flower power in summer and fall. You are going to absolutely love this tree wherever you plant it! Also mixes well with Pink Hibiscus.
Pro Tip: Try the Double Pink Rose of Sharon tree in a container for an upscale, romantic look. Pick the planter to fit your own style. Simply make sure it drains well and apply fertilizer an extra time per year since nutrients leach out faster in pots.
*This annual is not eligible for our year warranty.
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|Mature Height||6-10 Feet|
|Mature Width||6-10 Feet|