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Proven Winners Pink Chiffon Rose of Sharon (Hibiscus) Live Shrub, Light Pink Flowers, 4.5 in. Qt.

Proven Winners

Pink Chiffon Rose of Sharon (Hibiscus) Live Shrub, Light Pink Flowers, 4.5 in. Qt.

  • Large, lacy pink summer flowers
  • Attracts butterflies and resists deer
  • Hand-picked and delivered fresh from the greenhouse
$16.99 /each

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Deer Resistant
Drought Tolerant
Hummingbird and Butterfly Attractant

Pink Chiffon Hibiscus from Proven Winners has the same flower power and soft, graceful stems of other Chiffon varieties, but with large, soft pink flowers. The clear pink of Pink Chiffon is an unusual addition to summer gardens. This Hibiscus can be trained up a small tree and also resists deer.

  • Pink Chiffon Rose of Sharon Hibiscus from Proven Winners has large, lacy pink summer flowers that attract butterflies. It is adaptable, easy-to-grow, deer resistant, and heat and salt tolerant.
  • Prefers full sun (6+ hours) and is adaptable to most soils. Grows to be 8-12 feet tall and 4-6 feet wide. At time of shipment, this plant will be about 6 months to 1 year old.
  • Blooms from early to late summer with pink flowers. Can be heavily pruned, though this isn't necessary. Quart shrubs are 5-10 inches tall when shipped, depending on the season.
  • Hardiness zones: 5-9. Be sure to check your USDA Hardiness Zone if you want this plant to come back year after year.
  • Hand-picked by experienced shippers and delivered fresh from the greenhouse in a 4.5 in. quart container. Plants shipped from November through March will arrive dormant.
  • Proven Winners guarantees all of its plants are correctly packaged in specially designed boxes, arrive in good condition and are accurately labeled.
  • Young plants can be used in containers but will need to be moved to landscape as they mature. They can be trained into a small tree. Excellent in landscapes, mixed borders or as specimen plants.
  • To introduce the most unique, highest quality plants, Proven Winners are tested for years in gardens across the world. Our plants are unsurpassed in terms of flowering, growth and garden performance.




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Customer Questions & Answers

Will the pink ciffon hibiscus survive the heat of Mesa, AZ

How big are the flowers? Can it be delivered to loval Home Depot to avoid a shipping charge?
Asked by: Bogieboy
No! The one I got did well in mild weather but died in the heat of July. Very disappointing.
Answered by: sher
Date published: 2016-07-26

how hardy are chifon -can they winter in chicago?

Asked by: heimy
Hi there, good question! Yes, this plant is hard with will overwinter in Chicago. Chicago is zone 5b - 6a, depending on where in Chicago you are located. This particular Hibiscus has a hardiness zone rating of 5 - 9, which means it will last over winter in zones 5 though zone 9. In the future, I suggest you remember your zone so you can look on plant tags or in product descriptions to see if they will survive over winter. I hope this was helpful! Thank you, Proven Winners
Answered by: Proven Winners
Date published: 2015-09-20

Can these be grown in a large pot?

The soil in my garden is terrible, as nothing I put in there seems to grow. I wondered if this beautiful plant would grow well in an appropriately sized and drained pot? If so, please could you recommend a pot size?
Asked by: English1
Hi English1, Yes, you can grow it in a pot. Starting this plant as a quart will take some time for it to be large enough to fill out a large container. If you are planting it as a quart, I would recommend a 12" container and then move it to a larger container next year (maybe 16"). If you are looking for quicker color, you can plant more quarts in a larger container, or just order a larger size. We also carry these in 1 gallon and 3 gallon. Thank you, Shane Franklin Rogers
Answered by: Proven Winners
Date published: 2016-03-15

Can these grow & thrive in a container?

Asked by: Robin
Hi Robin, Yes, they can grow and thrive in a container. Please note that each year they will need to be cut back heavily and may not look great in a container during winter months. Have fun! -Shane
Answered by: Proven Winners
Date published: 2016-07-11
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