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Red Rose Of Sharon makes an excellent privacy hedge
The Red Rose of Sharon flowering bush makes an excellent privacy hedge along any yard's front or back perimeter. The bush starts to bud in the early June months and continuously blooms until the first frost in October. The incredibly vibrant color of the blooms attracts butterflies, which are sensitive to ecological changes. And because butterflies are sensitive to the environment, their life span indicates the current health of the ecosystem. These same butterflies use their long proboscis to suck nectar from the Red Rose of Sharon's flowers and collect pollen as they move on to the next flower. They are helping nature to reproduce all season long. When the Red Rose of Sharon's blooms are done, they close up and drop off. The rose of Sharon bush is low maintenance and easy to prune when necessary. They are most dramatic when planted in a row of three to five bushes spaced about 2 -3 feet apart.
This drought-tolerant, pest-resistant flowering shrub will provide you with deep red flowers from June through October. The red rose of Sharon (Hibiscus syriacus)
It is hardy in growing zones 5-9, reaching a mature height of 10 feet tall and 5 feet wide. The flowering shrub prefers full sun and slightly dry soil. The red blooms (which may be single or double) are continuous throughout the summer and will attract various pollinators and birds, including bees and hummingbirds.
The Red Rose of Sharon is relatively easy to grow
The Red Rose of Sharon blooms in both the summer and fall. The Red Rose of Sharon can be a beautiful centerpiece or a perfect natural privacy area. The Red Rose of Sharon is excellent for the beginning grower since it tends to be relatively easy to grow. The branches of Red Rose of Sharon only droop when they are in flower. The rest of the time, they are upright. The dark green leaves The Red Rose of Sharon has spectacular color combinations, with dark-green leaves showing in spring. Blooms that an extraordinaire maroon-red is very close to being a deep purple, a very unusual shade rarely found in landscapes.
Hardy Planting Zones: 5-9
Mature Height: 6-10 ft.
Width: 5 ft.
Sunlight: Full Sun
Soil: Very Adaptable
Botanical name: Hibiscus syriacus
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