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OnlinePlantCenter 2 gal. Sweet Caroline Hardy Hibiscus Plant

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2 gal. Sweet Caroline Hardy Hibiscus Plant

$29.49 /each

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Plant Patent #7608. Bring a tropical look to the garden with the dinner plate sized, 6 to 8 in. wide, ruffled, delicate bright pink flowers borne from mid to late summer. The flower buds resemble roses and the flowers only last one day each. Use as a low hedge, in the mixed border, as a foundation planting, or by itself in a patio pot.

  • Huge, bright pink flowers have a darker vein, a red eye zone, and ruffled edges
  • Low maintenance, herbaceous perennial
  • Valued for its late summer display of gorgeous flowers
  • Attracts butterflies and hummingbirds
  • 2 gal. ships in pot unless state or federal regulations require otherwise
  • This plant ships as a bare root plant with no soil and no pot when shipped to Arizona, California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon, Utah, and Washington
  • When shipped as a bare root plant, the Shake and Ship system will be used to remove soil from the roots, thus increasing the root tip surface area, which in turn, greatly enhances the ability of the plant to rapidly establish itself in the new environment
  • Performs best in plant growing zones 5 to 9; to grow in other zones, special care requirements will be needed
  • To accommodate mature size or when planting in groups, space 5 ft. away from other plants or structures
  • May ship in a dormant state, with bare branches and no leaves, especially in early spring when plant has been pruned back to promote lateral branching

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Do you have the sweet caroline hibiscus in yellow

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July 3, 2015
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I have 2 and been had them for years they die back in the fall but are very pretty. The red one is the queen of my yard purchased both in a nursery in Indiana. I dig up and cut the roots and make more. and the seeds fall and about 50 or more grows from them. all my neighbors have some now. each plant cost me 39.00 in 2000 this is 2015 and they are still growing great. Give this plant a chance you will be Read More
I have 2 and been had them for years they die back in the fall but are very pretty. The red one is the queen of my yard purchased both in a nursery in Indiana. I dig up and cut the roots and make more. and the seeds fall and about 50 or more grows from them. all my neighbors have some now. each plant cost me 39.00 in 2000 this is 2015 and they are still growing great. Give this plant a chance you will be pleased Read Less
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June 11, 2015
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Hello. No, the Sweet Caroline Hibiscus has a pink flower.
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What is the zone rating for 2 gal. Sweet Caroline Hardy Hibiscus Plant? I live in Fort Worth Texas. Thanks

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What is the zone rating for 2 gal. Sweet Caroline Hardy Hibiscus Plant? I live in Fort Worth Texas and would like to plant it outside. Thanks,
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I was in Indiana till 2006, now I am in Mississippi and they grow taller now and full of blooms. Read up on the plants mines lasted over 15 years
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This product is suitable for zones 5,6,7,8,9.
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I have two Sweet Caroline Hibiscus trees in pots in my back yard. Will deer eat them if I move them to front yard?

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June 14, 2016
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Hello, thank you for your question. Deer will eat practically anything if they are hungry, although the Hibiscus are not usually a favorite, go-to plant.
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Is it normal for Hibiscus plant to lose leaves during winter months?

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I have 2 plants that I bought in different stores, I do not know their brands but one of them I bought in local Home Depot, it is small and has red double flowers, the other is bigger and has big red single flowers. Both plants were doing great over summer, now ( Oct 31th ) I mowed the bigger plant inside because it stopped blooming and inside it started to bloom again. Smaller plant is still outside and still blooming.
The problem is the leaves on bigger plant started to change color to yellow and fall in big numbers, I am wondering if this is normal for winter time or it could be some disease, The other plant does not lose leaves and still outside in temp 4F at night and seems to do well
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Hello, thank you for your question. There are many types of Hibiscus, all similar but with differing habits. The Sweet Caroline Hibiscus is a cold hardy variety that can remain outside as it withstands the cold winter temperatures. Leaf drop is normal and the plant is not dying but rather beginning its winter dormancy die-back. The branches should be cut off about 6-8" from the soil line. In spring, the Read More
Hello, thank you for your question. There are many types of Hibiscus, all similar but with differing habits. The Sweet Caroline Hibiscus is a cold hardy variety that can remain outside as it withstands the cold winter temperatures. Leaf drop is normal and the plant is not dying but rather beginning its winter dormancy die-back. The branches should be cut off about 6-8" from the soil line. In spring, the Hibiscus will quickly grow to its mature height and will bear its large beautiful flowers once again. Read Less
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Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Unhappy Camper This plant arrived looking sickly with yellow spots on the faded pale green leaves with no signs of blooming. I watered it and gave it sun but within 2 weeks all of the leaves turned yellow and falling off. I am requesting a refund of my $30!. October 1, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by sweet caroline hardy habiscus Very happy with the way it was packaged.Looked very green and healthy when it arrived.Planted it in full sun and give it lots of water.It has already grown over twice the size as when I received it. Very very happy would recommend this habiscus to people in ny July 7, 2015
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