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3 Gal. Fiesta Hibiscus Flowering Shrub with Large Orange Flowers

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  • Perennial hibiscus grows in USDA plant zones 10 to 12
  • Orange flowers of the plant attract hummingbirds
  • Can be planted under power lines throughout the year
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  • Perennial hibiscus grows in USDA plant zones 10 to 12
  • Orange flowers of the plant attract hummingbirds
  • Can be planted under power lines throughout the year
About This Product

A true thriller of a tropical shrub with glossy dark green foliage and extremely unique, attention grabbing, bright orange flowers that have crinkled edges, red eyes and white flares. Butterflies and hummingbirds are drawn to the large, showy blossoms. Blooms nearly year round in mild frost-free climates. With its upright, Multi stemmed habit, the dark green foliage remains all Winter, creating an ideal hedge, screen, or background planting. When grown in the ideal conditions of USDA Plant Hardiness Zone 10-12, Fiesta will quickly grow to be about 8 ft. tall x 6 ft. W at maturity. Grows best in full Sun to partial shade. Requires a consistently moist well drained soil. Easy to grow and well suited for consistently moist patio pots.

  • Highly tolerant of urban pollution, thrives in inner city environments
  • Low canopy suitable for planting under power lines
  • Considered deer resistant
  • Frost tender evergreen that can also be grown as a sun-loving houseplant
  • Delightful when surrounded by other colorful annuals
  • Ships in a 10 in. tall and wide black nursery pot and the plant itself is approximately 15 in. tall
  • Hardy in USDA plant zones 10-12, in other zones treat it as an annual and replace the plant each year because it needs warm temperatures and will not survive Winter in cooler regions
  • To accommodate mature size or when planting in groups, space 3 ft. away from other plants or structures
  • Plant in a sunny site in southern climates only prefers a consistently moist yet well drained soil with high organic content
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Specifications

Dimensions

Mature Height (in.)96 in.Mature Width (in.)72 in.

Details

Additional CharacteristicsAttracts Butterflies, Attracts Hummingbirds, Deer Resistant, Disease Resistant, Low MaintenanceAnnual / PerennialPerennial
Average Shipping Height (in.)15 inBest Time to PlantYear Round
Bloom SeasonFall, Spring, Summer, WinterBlossom Color FamilyOrange
Botanical NameHibiscus rosa-sinensis 'FiestaCommon Name FamilyHibiscus
Container Size10 InchesContainer TypeContainer
Evergreen or DeciduousEvergreenFragranceNon-Fragrant
Growth HabitMulti-stemmedHardiness Zone10 (30 to 40 F),11 (40 to 50 F),12 (50 to 60 F)
Mature Height (ft.)7-12Mature Shrub Height Range (Ft.)8-9 Ft.
Number of plants included (Pack-Size)1Optimal Soil ConditionNeutral
Pet FriendlySafe for Cats, Safe for DogsRecommended Space Between Plantings (in.)36
Returnable90-DaySun ToleranceFull Sun
Water RequirementsDailyWildlife AttractedButterflies, Hummingbirds
Wildlife DeterredNo Wildlife Deterred
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Questions & Answers

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Q:Bought this hibiscus at Home Depot because I'd never seen such spectacular color. She's in a pot on my balcony & resting after flowering in August in California. What soil should I use, when do I fertilise & what precautions to keep a potted hibiscus?
by|Aug 31, 2022
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A:  Tropical Hibiscus thrives in the sunny, hot & humid climate of USDA Plant Hardiness Zones 9 to 11, an environment similar to South Florida. They will not reliably survive outdoors north of Zone 10. Day or night temperatures below 50 deg F can kill the plant because they typically grow in tropical places. Overwintering in all other Zones can be quite difficult, so you may need to treat this plant as an annual and replace it each year. Plenty of sunshine is necessary to produce blooms. Make sure to place your Tropical Hibiscus in an area that is bright and sunny, a site with 6-8 hrs of bright light. Try to keep the plant out of windy areas. They like a nutrient rich, non-compacting soil with good drainage. Water regularly with a bit of time to dry out in-between each watering, yet never let the pot dry out completely. They detest cold, rainy weather as well as cold, wet soil. The soil should ideally be just moist, not soggy nor waterlogged. Avoid saucers with standing water under your Hibiscus plant because this can cause root rot and leaf drop. To test and see if you need to water, place your fingers on top of the soil, if it is dry to the touch, it is time to water again. Avoid using cold or excessively hot water; the plant prefers a water temperature around 95 deg F. Like other plants, Hibiscus gather nutrients from the air and soil. A regular watering regime will quickly deplete the soil of any nutrients. To get lots of flowers, you’ll need to fertilize the plant in spring & summer & autumn with a slow release, high phosphorous fertilizer or a specially formulated Hibiscus fertilizer. Hibiscus flowers open daily and last just one day, after which they die and fall off.

by|Sep 24, 2022
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    Q:Green shrub with small 5 petal light blue flower
    by|Mar 31, 2020
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    A:  Hello, depending on the North or South climate zones, some blue flowering shrubs are: Plumbago, Hydrangea, Caryopteris, Hibiscus syriacus.

    by|Apr 29, 2023
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      Q:how do you purn
      by|Feb 21, 2020
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      A:  If you are asking how to prune this plant, then they should be cut about a third of the way back, leaving at least two to three nodes on the branches for new growth to emerge. These cuts should be made just above the nodes, leaving about a quarter inch. Remove any weak, diseased, or dead growth, as well as crossing or leggy branches.

      by|Feb 21, 2020
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        Q:what and when do you fertilize
        by|Feb 21, 2020
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        A:  This plant should be fertilized weekly during their growth period. Apply a slow-release fertilizer (like 20-20-20 or 10-10-10) or a specially formulated hibiscus fertilizer around the base of the plant.

        by|Feb 21, 2020
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          Customer Reviews

          3.8 out of 5
          • 3.8 out of 75 reviews
          • 44% recommend this product
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          Beware
          I purchased the yellow hibiscus 2 weeks ago. It was beautiful so I decided to order this one. The yellow plant was at least 2 feet tall. This hisbicus arrive in horrible condition and it might be 6” tall. A 6” hibiscus for $60. Crazy
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            Diseased
            Sick and diseased plants! Pictures don’t do it justice. I made the mistake of ordering 2. Both appear to have had a slug infestation/fungus. I’m literally afraid to plant them in my garden. Leaves keep falling off, branches broken, and holes everywhere. I will NEVER EVER order from this company again. Got them 2 weeks ago and have them in quarantine only to find brand new holes ( being eaten ) on leaves. Been nursing these poor babies daily, but for what I paid I shouldn’t have to!
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              This is the 2nd year we have ordered these gorgeous...
              This is the 2nd year we have ordered these gorgeous hibiscus to put in pots by our pool. They are just as beautiful as the picture.
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              Very small
              I just got plant ,delivered Monday 7th quite disappointed with it much smaller than described and also what I expected not cheap either ! No where near 30” tall mine barely measured 12 “
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                Fiesta hibiscus
                I was nervous about making such an expensive purchase online, but I could not be happier. My plant arrived well packaged and unharmed. I even got a beautiful bloom the next day. It was larger in size than I was expecting and had more buds ready to bloom, so it's a healthy happy plant so far!
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                  Spectacularly beautiful flowers
                  We ordered this a couple of months ago in mid spring. It is now late July. The plant came only a few days after the order, and was in good health. The plant is expensive and the (many) flowers last only for one day, but they are spectacularly beautiful. Typically, one to three flowers open on a given day. Judging from the developing buds, we'll have flowers into at least mid August.
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                    Plant arrived in a timely fashion, and in good health. There were some branches broken, but that...
                    Plant arrived in a timely fashion, and in good health. There were some branches broken, but that was the fault of the carrier, not Home Depot. It was packaged well and secure. It has since bloomed and is as beautiful as the product photo.
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                    Sick plant
                    As beautiful as these flowers are, it cane with both bugs and a virus - spotting lower leaves and small white bugs that have been sprayed now three times and have still come back. This, in my book, calls into question the entire company’’s reliabilit.
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                      Arrived in great condition with one bloom open and three other buds ready to open, so beautiful j...
                      Arrived in great condition with one bloom open and three other buds ready to open, so beautiful just as pictured!
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                        Hardiness Zone

                        10 (30 to 40 F), 11 (40 to 50 F), 12 (50 to 60 F)

                        10 (30 to 40 F), 5 (-20 to -10 F), 6 (-10 to 0 F), 7 (0 to 10 F), 8 (10 to 20 F), 9 (20 to 30 F)

                        10 (30 to 40 F), 8 (10 to 20 F), 9 (20 to 30 F)

                        7 (0 to 10 F), 8 (10 to 20 F), 9 (20 to 30 F)

                        Mature Height (ft.)

                        7-12

                        7-12

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                        7-12

                        Sun Tolerance

                        Full Sun

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                        Full Sun

                        Full Sun

                        Additional Characteristics

                        Attracts Butterflies, Attracts Hummingbirds, Deer Resistant, Disease Resistant, Low Maintenance

                        Dog Safe, Drought Tolerant, Low Maintenance

                        Disease Resistant, Insect Resistant, Low Maintenance, Tropical

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