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Model #HIBPRC2137800

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

  • Full sun, zones: 5-9, grows 8-12 ft. tall and 4-6 ft. wide
  • Large soft pink flowers all summer
  • Attracts butterflies, deer resistant, and heat and salt tolerant
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Product Overview

Mature Dimensions
Hardiness Zone
Sun Needs
Water Needs
Bloom Season
Wildlife Attractant
Drought Tolerant
Deer Resistant
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.
  • 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
  • Quart shrubs are 5-8 in. tall and 6 months to 1-year old at shipment, varies by season and plant
  • Shrubs shipped from November through April will arrive dormant. Shrubs shipped April through October will arrive green or in bloom.

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Specifications

Dimensions

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

Details

Additional Characteristics
Deer Resistant,Drought Tolerant
Average Shipping Height (in.)
5
Best Time to Plant
Spring
Blossom Color
Pink
Botanical Name
Hibiscus
Common Name
Hibiscus
Fragrance
Non-Fragrant
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
Recommended Space Between Plantings (in.)
72-84
Returnable
180-Day
Shipped As
Container
Sun Tolerance
Full Sun
Water Requirements
Medium Light
Water Requirements
Twice a week
Wildlife Attracted
Hummingbirds
Wildlife Deterred
Deer

Questions & Answers

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Do these shrubs survive winter weather?

Asked by TR July 15, 2020
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Hello TR, Thank you for reaching out to us. Our Pink Chiffon Rose is a Shrub will be hardy in zones 5-9. Be sure to check your USDA hardiness zone before planting. If you have any additional questions or need assistance locating your zone, please reach out to us at 734-654-7485 or helpdesk@provenwinnersdirect.com. Best Regards, Tabatha

How fast do Hybiscus shrubs grow in Southern California? I want to create a barrier with these sh...

Asked by Nowpze March 24, 2019
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Hi Tiffany, Pink Chiffon Rose of Sharon will grow approximately 1 foot per year until it reaches maturity. It is hardy in zones 5-9, southern California ranges in zones 6-11. Check the USDA Plant Hardiness Zone Map to find out what zone you are in. If you have any other questions, feel free to reach out to us at helpdesk@provenwinnersdirect.com or (734) 654-7485. Best regards, Amanda

What zone is Texas in?

Asked by Mkt123 July 2, 2018
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Hello Mkt123, Northeast Texas around Fort Worth ranges from hardiness zone 7 to 8. Southeastern Texas around Austin to Laredo ranges from zone 8 to 10. Northwestern Texas around Amarillo to Odessa ranges from zone 6 to 8 and Southwest Texas from San Angelo to Eagle Pass ranges from hardiness zone 8 to 9. The further south you are, the higher your hardiness zone. You can also use the USDA Hardiness Zone Map to search your exact hardiness zone based on zip code. If you have any additional questions, please contact us directly at (734) 654-7485. Happy planting, Jared

will the pink ciffon hibiscus survive in New York, looking for flower it could grow every year

Asked by ANN June 8, 2018
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They do well in Michigan which is zone 3. Every year they come back.

how well does it do in weather changes

Asked by AshyAshley November 1, 2017
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it does well in az, where it is a tough growing seasons. It does well in Colorado, where I lived for 30 years.

Hi there are these bushes or trees?? I don't want a tree I need a bush. Thankyou so much.

Asked by Chris August 11, 2017
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These are bushes

Is this a prennial that comes back each year?

Asked by KB June 29, 2017
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yes

Do they make a good cut flower?

Asked by Maxine June 9, 2017
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no

r how large does this plant get?

Asked by sandy May 8, 2017
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about four to five feet

Can these survive the cold and dryness of Colorado Springs?

Asked by Gira May 7, 2017
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I lived in Denver and Englewood, and it grew just fine. I didn't have a problem. I am not sure of Co Springs, yet, I know this plant it hardy.

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It arrived safe and transplant went well. Fresh bloom and several buds.
It arrived safe and transplant went well. Fresh bloom and several buds.
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I was really disappointed ,i have seen nothing close to picture of the way they described it. It seems like 2 inch Basel on pot .just look my picture and compare it with what I was suppose to get.
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The Pink Chiffon hibiscus came well packaged, new green growth obvious. I bought this hibiscus to...
The Pink Chiffon hibiscus came well packaged, new green growth obvious. I bought this hibiscus to replace another variety in a large tall pot. I planted it (7 days ago) within a day of receiving it and new growth is happening quickly with consistent daily watering. I’m hoping this variety will be a little hardier in the winter and will do well sheltered on an inset porch covered with a microfiber blanket. I’m looking forward to seeing it bloom.
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