100% Guarantee

1 Year On All Plants

Buy With Trust

64 Years, 3 Generations

Lowest Prices

Grower Direct For All

chevron_left chevron_right

Marsh Hibiscus Plant - Hibiscus Grandiflorus

Do you want a beautiful flower that you can add to your landscape? If so, then look at the Marsh Hibiscus Plant. Also called Hibiscus Grandiflorus, this plant is renowned for its gorgeous flowers, stately appearance, and ability to grow well under various environmental conditions. Its unique color blend allows it to blend in with your other flowers, plants, and shrubs beautifully. At Tennessee Wholesale Nursery, we are pleased to provide this beautiful plant. Learn more about this pretty flower below!

What Does the Marsh Hibiscus Plant Look Like?

The Hibiscus grandiflorus is a pink flower that emerges from a green stem that grows about one foot off the ground. Five pink petals accompany this rose flower when it begins to bloom. The flower has a dark pink or purple center at its core. There is a yellow stamen that emerges from the center of the flower. There are three-lobed leaves that grow beneath the flower. The Hibiscus Grandiflorus also has small seed pots that feel velvety. In the wild, these flowers can reach several feet in height.

Where Does the Marsh Hibiscus Plant Grow?

It is a popular plant because it grows well under numerous environmental conditions. It grows in the wild all up and down the eastern seaboard. It can grow as far north as the Carolinas and Virginias; however, as the name suggests, this plant grows well around marshes and other wet or open areas. Therefore, it is commonly found in Alabama, Mississippi, Texas, Florida, Georgia, and Tennessee. While this plant likes wet conditions, it can grow well in drier conditions. The flower also likes sunlight; however, it will increase in the shade. Because the flower is easy to take care of, it has become a popular addition to numerous home and office landscapes. It is a perennial flower that will bloom throughout the entire year. This marsh plant will bloom in some parts of the country in March. In other areas, this flower might bloom in June.

Contact Tennessee Wholesale Nursery for the Hibiscus Grandiflorus!

If you are interested in adding the Marsh Hibiscus Plant to your collection, our flower experts are here to help you. We are Tennessee Wholesale Nursery, and our plant team would be honored to help you find the perfect shrubs & flowers to add to your home or office garden. We are proud to offer this Hibiscus Plant alongside countless other flowers, shrubs, and trees that we can share with you. If you are still determining which flowers are right for you, we can help you with that! Contact us today!

 

Pink Hibiscus - TN Nursery

Pink Hibiscus

Pink Hibiscus is a sub-shrub with large, trumpet-shaped, showy rosy flowers and glossy green leaves, often grown for its tropical appeal and ornamental value in gardens and landscapes. Its captivating charm and vibrant characteristics offer a range of advantages when integrated into landscaping designs. Its distinctive attributes provide a harmonious blend of aesthetic, ecological, and functional benefits, making it a cherished choice among landscape designers and homeowners. Pink Hibiscus is a magnificent tropical flower with radiant rose blossoms that are shaped like trumpets and bloom throughout the late spring and summer, often all the way into the autumn. Healthy plants can grow to a height of 15 feet and have flowers of all different colors. Other than their eponymous color, they can be white with cranberry accents and center to raspberry-colored or purple blooms of two or three different shades. The Leaves Of The Pink Hibiscus In the springtime, the leaves are a marvelous two-toned yellow and green that darkens over time to full green by the end of summer. The plant is evergreen in warm climates, so it will be a sentry of charming green throughout the lean, cool months. The leaves are finely tapered ovals about 4 inches long, and there are small ridges along the edges in symmetrical patterns that wonderfully complement the enormous blooms. Pink Hibiscus Has Stunning Blooms The "Pride of Hankins" is a vibrant crimson and has double petals. The "Chiffon" variety is so pale that it's almost white and also has double petals put together with bright yellow stamina. "Sweet Persuasion" is a rich, deep purple with yellow stamina and forms an awesome contrast with the brightness of the other varieties of this flower in the garden. Because these flowers come in so many colors, they are also well-adapted for inclusion in horticultural color palettes with other flowers of similar colors. Because they're herbaceous perennials, the leaves fall off in autumn and come back the next spring. Each year, they'll get a little larger until they reach their true majesty after about five or six years. The brilliance of these flowers showcases itself in the brightest summer sunshine, and during their full growth down the line, they can even act as super-colorful focal points in any garden. Pink Hibiscus Helps the Environment And Pollinators Because Pink Hibiscus blooms in such rich and bright colors, these flowers are exceptional at attracting pollinators like bees, butterflies, and hummingbirds. They'll usually attract so many that all plants in the garden will receive visits from the diminutive yet equally colorful members of the pollination brigade. The flowers' extensive root system contributes to soil stabilization and prevents erosion, making them among the healthiest perennials for the environment.

Regular price From $24.99
Regular price Sale price From $24.99
Unit price  per