Hibiscus flowers might be the most dramatic in the garden and can bloom as large as a child’s head in gorgeous colors. The hibiscus plant itself is large and dramatic, and it needs plenty of space to show off. Although the huge funnel-shape flowers of the hibiscus plant seldom last more than a day, they are abundant and the hibiscus plant blooms over several weeks.
The large leaves of hibiscus flowers tend to draw Japanese beetles. A hibiscus plant needs plenty of water, so grow it in rich, loose, well-drained soil where you can water it easily and regularly during dry spells.
HEIGHT: From 3 to 20 feet
WIDTH: 3-5 feet wide
FLOWER COLOR: Pink, Red, White
SEASONAL FEATURES: Fall Bloom, Summer Bloom
SPECIAL FEATURES: Attracts Birds, Good for Containers, Low Maintenance