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Products / Hibiscus / Malvaceae

Hibiscus Summer Spice Cordon Bleu PPAF - Giant Mallow

Item Number: 89-318
Spring items available for order Jan. 2021.
Important Product Notes:
Categories: Spring Planted shipped 3-1 to 6-1 17 (Summer Catalogue) - Catalogue - Perennials - Other Than Bulbs - Meadows - Site Specific Options
Genus: Hibiscus
Cultivar: Summer Spice Cordon Bleu
Family: Malvaceae
Nickname: Giant Mallow
Zones: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 See map
Bloomtime: Early Summer, Mid Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall, Fall
Color: Red, Blue
Sun: Full Sun, Part Shade
Height: 3' - 4'
Pests: Pest Resistant
Moisture: Average, Wet
Legend
attracts numerous pollinators the plant is one that attracts numerous pollinators
Spring Planted shipped 3-15 to 6-15
Description
Hibiscus Summer Spice Cordon Bleu has large, steel blue flowers with merlot centers from early summer until frost; dark green foliage; deer resistant; pollinator attractor; full to part sun; heat tolerant; 3'; winter hardiness zone 5-9; plug. Photo credit J. Berry Nursery

Easily grown in all types of soils, as long as the soil does not dry out.  Individual flowers only last a day, but a succession of blooms keeps the plant looking beautiful from mid summer to early fall.  Each plant can produce an average of 250 flowers each season!

Our pollinators are so important to the sustainability of our gardens and food crops for insect and birds and if each of us participates in healthy gardening practices and chooses some of the pollinator attracting plants, we can collectively make a HUGE difference.

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Legend map Map with zones
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