Pink Rose of Sharon is an incredible flower and is gorgeous when in bloom.
This one will bring lots of life to a garden area as it will attract bees, butterflies and also those small birds known as hummingbirds. It will display a beautiful trumpet-shaped pink flower that will be large and gorgeous during the summer months.
This shrub can grow to be 7 to 13 feet when it is mature. It does the best in climate zones 5 through 9 and will also do great in full sunlight and partial shade. It prefers slightly moist and well drained. This shrub will have dark green leaves that will make the pink blooms show up superb when they are in bloom.
This plant is a native of Asia; it is a heat lover and can easily tolerate high temperatures.
The Rose of Sharon is a multi-stemmed shrub that can be pruned to grow like a tree if you are so inclined. These wonderfully colorful plants are attractive, easy to care for and bloom profusely. They are great to use in places where the deer tend to eat your plants, for the most part, deer, and other animals will leave this plant alone. One of the best things about this shrub is that it will attract bird and butterflies including hummingbirds they are also pest-resistant the only things that bother them are aphids and Japanese beetles. The Pink Hibiscus can be used as a privacy hedge, or as a centerpiece in your garden. I recommend that you do not plant it near a frequently used walkway, the blooms fall off and can be slippery. All in all, this is a great plant, minimum maintenance the hardy in many different zones.
Pink Rose of Sharon Ships As – Bareroot Plant