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1 Gal. Blue Chiffon Rose of Sharon (Hibiscus) Live Shrub, Blue Flowers

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  • Full sun, zones: 5-9, grows 8 to 12 ft. tall and 4 to 7 ft. wide
  • Large blue flowers, attracts bees, butterflies and hummingbirds
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Blue Chiffon Rose of Sharon from Proven Winners has the same great vigorous growth and lacy blooms the Chiffon series is known for. Its large, single lavender-blue flowers are adorned with a lacy center to create an anemone-like bloom.
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  • 8-12 ft. tall and 4-6 ft. wide at maturity
  • Full sun (6+ hours) required
  • Hardy in zones 5-9, be sure to check your USDA zone to ensure success
  • 1 Gallon shrubs are 6-14 in. tall and about 1-year old at shipment, varies by season and plant



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Specifications

Dimensions

Mature Height (in.)
96 in.
Mature Width (in.)
48 in.
Mature Width (in.)
48

Details

Additional Characteristics
Deer Resistant,Drought Tolerant
Annual / Perennial
Perennial
Average Shipping Height (in.)
8
Best Time to Plant
Spring
Blossom Color
Purple
Botanical Name
Hibiscus
Common Name
Hibiscus
Evergreen or Deciduous
Deciduous
Fragrance
Non-Fragrant
Granular (Yes/No)
No
Growth Habit
Upright
Hardiness Zone
5 (-20 to -10 F),6 (-10 to 0 F),7 (0 to 10 F),8 (10 to 20 F)
Number of plants included (Pack-Size)
1
Optimal Soil Condition
Neutral
Recommended Space Between Plantings (in.)
72-84
Returnable
90-Day
Shipped As
Container
Sun Tolerance
Full Sun
Water Requirements
Twice a week
Wildlife Attracted
Birds,Butterflies,Hummingbirds
Wildlife Deterred
Deer

Questions & Answers

16Questions44Answers

Will it do well in a large container, about 20" in diameter and 20" tall, outside in the sun in S...

Asked by Newbygardener July 18, 2020
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This plant grows like a weed. I had one at my other house and when I moved, it had become invasive in my back yard, with dozens of them, some with different colors. That's why I was astounded that I got a tiny, tiny plant after I paid the same amount for a 7 ft. cherry tree at Lowe's.

Are these treated with pesticides, or are they safe for butterflies?

Asked by Ame July 7, 2020
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I don't know that. The white flies like it. I have found a new product that I use every few days. It is called Dr. Earth Yard and Garden Insect Killer Concentrate. It is safe for people and pets and works well as long as I use it often.

Is the color blue like the first few pictures, or lighter and more lavender like the later picture?

Asked by Jenn July 5, 2020
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It is blue.

I have a blue rose of sharon. when I take a little seedling from that tree when it blooms the fl...

Asked by Bev August 30, 2018
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I am a little confused with what you are saying. If you are referring to taking a seed and growing from the seed then it could be due to it being a hybrid so when grown from seed you are not guaranteed the same exact bush. However, if you take a cutting then you will be guarenteed the same bush as the mother, as long as you successfully root it. If you are stating the blooms are white then I would think you got the wrong bush. I do not believe soil PH as to do with bloom color like hydrangeas. I would google your question and see what novice gardeners have to say. I am a home gardener. The blooms on mine are blue/purple but not white. I haven’t grown seedlings from it but I want to try rooting a cutting. I rooted hydrangea, dahlia, and attempted rose bushes but no success with roses yet. I haven’t tried rooting a hibiscus cutting.

I ordered this from you 2 years agoit gets one flower at a time in late summer early fall it is still only 6 in tall

Asked by Betsy July 11, 2018
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Hi Betsy, I bought this same one two yrs. Ago and mine has doubled in size with lots of blooms. I planted in rich soil, on the north side of my house, but I put the plant laway from the house so it gets about 95 percent of full sun. In the fall, they shed all their leaves and go dormant. At that time I prune. Late winter, early spring I give them some food and wait for leaves. I think your plant is screaming for sun. More sun, more leaves, blooms and bigger plant. Hope this helps. Sounds like you got plenty of good advice.

Are they seedless?

Asked by May 29, 2018
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The pamphlet says they have seeds. But it's not the regular type. The bush does produce seed of a sort but it's not one you would pick up. What could happen is another sprout will show up,

What kind of fertilizer do I use to feed it

Asked by Brandon April 21, 2018
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When I planted it after getting it, I just used Miracle Grow Start up & Bloom burst in a gallon of water. & it’s doing beautifully.

When it good to plant ?

Asked by Wendy August 6, 2017
5
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Spring

I plan to grow this plant/shrub in my apartment with east facing windows. I previously had a hibiscus facing south 8'.

Asked by JP July 5, 2017
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No

Is this a perennial?

Asked by Marcie July 3, 2017
5
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yes

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.1
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excellent
just received this today.it is in great shape and has a ton of buds on it.now all I have to do is keep it alive.
by patti
Pretty, but not blue
I ordered the 2 gal Blue Chiffon Rose of Sharon. It was well packaged and arrived with blooms and buds. I planted it in a container and the buds bloomed the next day, but it's more lilac than blue. Other than that I love it.
by sharono
I ordered one 3-gallon Blue Chiffon Rose of Sharon plant and I received 4 1-gallon plants. They a...
I ordered one 3-gallon Blue Chiffon Rose of Sharon plant and I received 4 1-gallon plants. They are tiny and not at all what I wanted. I have to keep them in their pots because I have no place to plant them.
by Kirstin
2 people found this helpful
I love the color of this bloom. However was smaller than expected, they are fairing well in the s...
I love the color of this bloom. However was smaller than expected, they are fairing well in the summer sun or Florida.
by Deb1
1 person found this helpful
Blue Hibiscus
The hibiscus arrived packaged well and had no broken stems. I planted it near my one section of fencing for my goat pen where it will get plenty of sunshine. It was almost a foot in height when I got it and it has now grown maybe 5 or 6 inches higher and is getting a bit bushier. I am looking forward to watching it grow and bloom over the years. I am very satisfied with this plant.
by countrygirl13
1 person found this helpful
Healthy and strong
This Rose of Sharon came via ground service, packaged really well and in tip-top shape. In the past I had two bare root ones from Proven Winners delivered, so I was unsure if this one would come unscathed, but it is in lovely shape. Itʻs very healthy as you can see from the photo below. Iʻm always looking for deer resistant plants and this is one the deer donʻt seem to touch. They are great plants for border hedging, they attract butterflies and hummingbirds, and I canʻt wait for it to bloom. They bloom in the late summer and fall and have a very beautiful delicate flower.
by Pohonui
5 people found this helpful
Healthy 22 inch plant, vented packing for airflow
The shrub arrived in a vented package; air cushion bags and cardboard fittings kept the plant from moving and being damaged in shipping. It was full of healthy leaves and was quite plush. The plant was approx 22 inches when it arrived; it's supposed to reach a height range of 8'-12' tall and 4'-6' wide. There doesn't seem to be any transplant shock as well; it was still moist when I planted it three days after it arrived to my home. Now, just waiting for those blue blooms to appear.
by Jpn80
3 people found this helpful
Came as a small , less than 6” bare stalk,...
Came as a small , less than 6” bare stalk, no leaves, no instruction.Would never buy again, the price of almost $35 was NOT worth it
by Sam
Plant arrived in good condition. It was basically the stem...
Plant arrived in good condition. It was basically the stem with buds. Within a couple of days, it began to spout leaves and is the ground now. Cannot wait to see it bloom.
by LISA
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