Rose of Sharon


Varieties we commonly carry include:  Chiffon blue, White, Lavender, Pink, Sugar tip


Plant Type:    Deciduous shrub

Zone:    5-8

Height:    8-12 feet

Spread:    5-10 Feet

Light:    Full sun to part shade

Soil:    Rich, moist, well-drained

Uses:    Accent, long blooming, background, border

Flower:    Large single or double blooms come in white, pink, purple, and blue throughout July, August, and September

Foliage:    Dense, upright growth; dark green leaves with no fall color; available as a shrub or tree

Pruning:    Remove old branches in winter for best flowering; each branch can also be trimmed back to two or three buds in early spring to help shape shrub and increase blooms

Deer Resistant:    Rarely significantly damaged