OR. AZ. NY
Under 25 Feet
White Hibiscus Syriacus
White Hibiscus Syriacus is a glorious species and wildly popular among TN Nursery customers.
White Hibiscus Syriacus can reach approximately twelve feet tall and become eight feet wide. The lovely, angelic white blossoms are perfect for attracting pollinators to your garden or as a focal piece in any garden bed.
The White Hibiscus Syriacus is native to Asia--the South China Sea region. However, it performs beautifully in North America's moderate USDA growing zones. It's an easy-care plant, unconcerned about soil conditions. Indeed, it thrives in several growing mediums, including rocky soil, sand, or clay. All it requires is a place in the garden with adequate drainage.
Gardeners who often have water restrictions love this flowering shrub because it is resilient against drought. You can water it occasionally during a dry spell--it will recover quickly.
Other Well-Known Names for the White Hibiscus Syriacus Shrubs
The hibiscus shrub, whether referring to white or any other colors in the family, also carries other common names, including these:
- White Cashmere
- Rose of China
- Shrub Althea
- Rose of Sharon
Don't let the nicknames fool you--hibiscus shrubs are no relation to standard garden roses.
White Hibiscus Syriacus Will Attract Helpful Visitors to Your Backyard
The bright white petals and slightly cupped shape beckon bumblebees, hummingbirds, moths, and butterflies to your white hibiscus syriacus.
In addition to pollinator species, ground-feeding birds love the lush green foliage. It makes a perfect hiding place for their nests, as they will have plenty of camouflage to hide from predators.
It's also worth mentioning that whitetail deer seem deterred by the fragrance of the Rose of Sharon plant. They'd rather feast on something less floral.
White Hibiscus Syriacus Is a Gardener's Favorite Species
Flowers adorn White Hibiscus Syriacus by mid-summer. Gardeners in the southernmost growing zones might enjoy the showy blossoms until the middle or end of fall.
These crepe-textured flowers are large, measuring as much as four inches wide. They are a crisp, bright white--popping against the leaves. Flowers have a double layer of five petals. The flower's center is a cheerful light yellow. Hibiscus blossoms generally last for a single day, but a replacement emerges soon.
The glossy, rich green foliage on the white hibiscus syriacus is also stunning. Alternating leaves on the stems have toothy edges that give it an intriguing texture.
Order Your White Hibiscus Syriacus from TN Nursery Today
TN Nursery suggests White Hibiscus Syriacus for any gardener who wants an easy-care shrub with late-season white flowers--place your order with us today.
Pure and dainty flowers when it flourish. A good accent from any of my bushes around my garden.
Received dormant plant with a note that said this plant is dormant not dead. Crossed my fingers and sure enough IT"S ALIVE! LOL. Can't wait for the flowers to come.
I bought these for my granny they are gorgeous they have beautiful Hawaiian like blooms.
The shipping was fast and the packaging was great. And the trees are amazing.
Arrived dormant, bare root. Looks good. Spring will bring blooms.