Hardy Hibiscus Syriacus Mixed

Hardy Hibiscus Syriacus Mixed

Perfect In Pots
Winter Hardy
5 Bare Roots - Item: 500026
Only £14.99
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Plant Info
These strong growing and fully winter hardy Hibiscus Syriacus plants will provide you with a torrent of beautiful flowers from June until September each year. They are supplied as Bare-Root plants ready to plant immediately and will grow to around 5ft tall over 3 seasons, and will be smothered in fabulous flowers throughout the summer months. In shades of pink, plum, blue and white they will provide a Mediterranean look to your garden yet these hardy plants will return year after year with their gorgeous display. Perfect to establish in pots on your patio or to fill gaps in your beds and borders you could even grow them as a hedge!
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++ Service rating : Came in good order
Product : Real good there came looking as good as on garden bargain own Website
NA Service rating : Very good customer service. Had some of my plants dead, I have just received replacements. Thank you
Product : Am waiting to plant them out, so fingers crossed they will be good this time
+ Customer service very good. Shame delivery can take longer than expected.
++ Service rating : every thing came as they said it would and condition of plants was very good
Product : really pleased with value of these plants
++ Service rating : Plants arrived promptly. Excellent service.
Product : Strong healthy plants.
++ Service rating : Prompt delivery
Product : Very healthy established plants.
What Is Supplied Supplied as 5 strong growing, 3 year old Bare-Root plants in mixed colours. Plant: February-June Flowers: July-September Height/Spread: 1.5m (5ft) after 3 years.
Planting & Blooming Calendar
  • February
  • March
  • April
  • August
  • September

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Fully Grown Plant dimensions (approx)
Plant Dimensions
60cm
30cm
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