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Pink Hibiscus

Hibiscus rosa-sinensis 'Seminole Pink'
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Pink Hibiscus
Pink Hibiscus
Pink Hibiscus
Pink Hibiscus
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Pink Hibiscus

Hibiscus rosa-sinensis 'Seminole Pink'
    1 review

Great Container Plant for Patios, Pools, or on your Front Porch!

  • Pink, trumpet blooms all summer long
  • Bring indoors in colder climates
  • Great for a tropical feel
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Bringing the tropics to your garden has never been easier when it comes to the Pink Hibiscus. The Pink Hibiscus bush is a beautiful, exotic evergreen shrub. Other common names include the Chinese Hibiscus and Tropical Hibiscus. It can range from different shapes and sizes depending on how they are pruned.

From bushes to braided trees, the hibiscus can take on different forms to accommodate your special tropical garden needs. Gorgeous, trumpet shaped blooms cover the evergreen foliage with flowers reaching up to 6 inches in diameter. Blossoming in an assortment of colors, the Hibiscus can have hundreds of exotic combinations.

The Pink Hibiscus loves the sun and produces best results when planted in full to partial sun. These plants are tropical, and therefore are susceptible to death when temperatures reach 30 degrees or lower.

Bring your plant indoors to protect your hibiscus from cold temperatures. The Hibiscus plant can be manipulated in a variety of different ways to keep it the shape and size that fits your needs. In the right conditions, it can reach up to 15 feet tall. To keep your plant maintainable, it is best to prune during the early fall.

The Hibiscus plant is truly a tropical oasis. The trumpet shaped blooms come in a variety of colors and are prolific bloomers from summer all the way to autumn.

Pink Hibiscus FAQ

What Does A Pink Hibiscus Symbolize?

This flower is known to symoblize friendship and many kinds of love.

How Often Should This Shrub Be Fertilized?

Fertilize your Hibiscus 4 times a year in spring, after the first bloom, mid-summer, and early in winter.

Why Are The Leaves Turning White On My Hibiscus?

Outside temperatures, ph levels, sun exposure and proper nutrients could all be part of the reason pigmtation could change.

Landscape ideas
If you live in a naturally warm climate, plant your hibiscus in the ground as a beautiful hedge or tree. If you live in a climate that gets cold, simply plant in a pot and adorn your porch, patio, or pool area. Wherever you plant the hibiscus, it is sure to grab the attention of onlookers and bring an exotic feel to your landscape.

*This annual is not eligible for our year warranty.  

growing zone 8-10
Growing Zones 8-10
Shipping Restriction AZ
Soil Type Well Drained
Sunlight Full, Partial
Drought Tolerance Good
Mature Height 6-10 Feet
Mature Width 2-3 Feet
Growth Rate fast
Bloom Color Pink

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