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Inspired Introductions

  • New for Spring 2020
  • Signature Series
  • Wayside Exclusives
  • Selling Out Fast!

Light Requirements

  • Full Sun
  • Part Shade


  • Columnar
  • Compact
  • Dense
  • Dwarf
  • Mound-shaped
  • Standard
  • Upright

Additional Characteristics

  • Gift
  • Season Extenders
  • Bloom First Year
  • Easy Care Plants
  • Fragrant Garden
  • Long Bloomers
  • Double Blooms
  • Free Bloomer
  • Rose Companions
  • Flower
  • Butterfly Attracting
  • Award Winner
  • Seedless/Sterile
  • Hummingbird Lovers
  • Repeat Bloomer
  • Fast Growing
  • Spring Foliage Changes
  • Fall Color
  • Native

Hibiscus (Rose of Sharon)

Unmistakable crepe-paper blooms

If you want to decorate your garden with large, conspicuous, brilliantly-colored blooms, look no further than our gorgeous selection of Hibiscus. Whether you choose a Rose of Sharon (the shrub form of Hibiscus) or a Rose Mallow (the perennial form), you'll enjoy eye-catching crepe-papery flowers in shades of pink, red, blue, and purple, to name a few! Tolerant of heat and humidity, attractive to hummingbirds and butterflies, and ignored by deer, Hibiscus are a must-have for the sunny garden.

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