Tropical Hibiscus (Hibiscus rosa-sinensis)
It’s easy to see why people love Tropical Hibiscus, after all, these medium to large growing shrubs feature lush, dark green foliage and large, bright tropical flowers that come in variety of colors and add lots of colorful character to any landscape! Believed to be from tropical Asia, we love to plant Hibiscus rosa-sinensis as a beautiful privacy hedge or as an espalier, where they look amazing growing on walls! Feel free to plant them anywhere a tropical-looking flower is desired.
Tropical Hibiscus thrive with full direct sun exposure and love to grow in warm conditions. They have low to moderate watering needs and only need to be pruned if they get too large, though, pruning can slow down growth, so feel free to let it grow and bloom like crazy! They also look great and grow well in pots, especially when placed on decks, patios and balconies, where they are sure to add a dramatic show everyone will love! We recommend feeding them with our Moon Valley fertilizers to encourage the best growth and a prolific blooming season!
If you’re looking to bring an amazing array of colors into your landscape, Tropical Hibiscus can do it! At Palm Paradise, we custom-grow these tropical beauties and have been for over 20 years. We use our own private stock of premium quality specimens, so we can assure their superior quality. Come visit our huge nursery and prepare to be amazed by our incredible selection of the finest trees, plants, shrubs and more!
- Also known as Chinese Hibiscus, China Rose, Hawaiian Hibiscus
- A summer-blooming plant
- A diverse range of flower colors range from white through pink to red and from yellow and apricot to orange
- There is both single and double flowering
- Will attract birds and butterflies
- Can grow in partial shade too, but will bloom less
- One of the most popular flowering shrubs available
Large bright tropical flowers
Dark green lush foliage
Medium to large shrub use as hedge, character accent and in large containers as focal point
Great in pots!