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Purple Rose Of Sharon is a low maintenance shrub
Purple Rose Of Sharon-Hibiscus syriacus
The Purple Rose of Sharon is a hardy flowering shrub named for its purple cup-shaped flowers. It is a native of India and Asia and is now grown worldwide.
The Rose of Sharon is a low-maintenance shrub that grows well in Zones 5-9. Though it tends to leaf out a little later in the spring than other shrubs, it looks exceptionally healthy even into the hottest parts of Summer. It will look its best when planted in full sun and kept in moist ground. A little pruning of older branches and flower deadheading will keep this shrub colorful throughout the season.
At its full size, the Purple Rose of Sharon grows to a height between 10 and 15 feet and has a spread upto 6 feet, making it a great choice to plant near walkways, patio gardens, and pool decks. Its light purple flowers that grow up to 5 inches wide are red on the inside, a vibrant color that encircles their white pistils. Its leaves grow three to four inches long and are a bright waxy green color in spring that darkens up a bit in mid-summer.
The Purple Rose of Sharon has a slow to medium growth rate and needs moist but well-drained soil. It is relatively easy to grow, which makes it an excellent plant for budding gardeners. It adapts to most types of soil and does not need to be fertilized. For the more advanced gardener, the Rose of Sharon can be cultivated from seeds and stem cuttings. For a colorful border down a driveway or around a house, you should plant these shrubs six feet apart to allow for maximum growth of individual plants. Roses of Sharon shrubs are shipped bare roots and ready for planting.
Purple Rose Of Sharon add a burst of color to any landscape
The purple rose of Sharon is a flowering plant that is native to the country of India and throughout most of Asia. Its scientific name is Hibiscus syriacus, but in North America, it is instead called the Purple Rose of Sharon. The Purple Rose of Sharon is a deciduous shrub that can grow in most climates and adverse growing conditions. The Purple Rose of Sharon will thrive happily in drought-prone or heavily polluted areas.
During the summer, this shrub will bloom beautiful trumpet-shaped flowers that have yellow-tipped stamens. The flowers themselves are usually pink in color, but other color variations include purple, white, and light pink. The flowers, once bloomed, only last for a day, but the shrub continuously sprouts new buds, which mature and blossom into new flowers.
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