White Hibiscus Shrub
The White Hibiscus Shrub is a beautiful tree and is well known for its large white flowers. The White Hibiscus Shrub is unique because it blooms during the summer. It can fit well in any garden setting, and it is recommended to pair the White Rose of Sharon pair with darker foliage plants. However, the White Rose of Sharon goes with any number of plants. It can be used to help complement a garden or be used as a centerpiece. Also, due to its bushy like appearance, it can be used for privacy. This tree grows best in soft soils that are well drained and occasionally get wet. It has a slight flow growth rate, growing no more than a foot per year. However, due to its roots sitting just underneath the soil, transplanting the tree is very easy. Planting in early spring is recommended. Due to its loose branches, The White Rose of Sharon is very low maintenance, requiring only some light pruning.
The White Althea is a lovely and appealing tree of compact size. Due to its natural beauty and small size, it is excellent for landscaping. With this tree, you will have one that contains green leaves along with flowers. The main feature that makes this tree among the more appealing ones is that it has white flowers that grow on it. These white flowers usually bloom during the spring season. With these white flowers, you will get ones that are very similar to a rose. As far as height is concerned, the tree can grow up to about 10 feet tall. It is also adaptable to some different environments and is therefore easy to grow.
Scientific Name: Hibiscus Syriacus
USDA Climate Zone: Zone 5
Tree Height: 8-12 feet
Tree Width: 4-10 feet
Growth/Year: 1 Foot or Less
Soil Type: Sand, Silt, Clay, Periodically Wet and Well-Drained
Ships As – Bareroot Plant