Summerific Cranberry Crush Hibiscus

In need of an eye-catching perennial in your planting beds that will sure draw attention? The large deep red color of the Summerific Cranberry Crush hibiscus flowers will do just that. When planting, be sure to give this beauty room to grow as this upright tops off around 4’ h x 4-5’ w. When given part sun-full sun daily, along with moist well-draining soil, the easy growing hibiscus will maintain the focal point from mid-summer until early fall. If adding one of these plants to your landscape it is advisable to have in the ground well before the heat of summer arrives and plan on heavily mulching for the first winter. In the spring, you can cut back stems to 4-6” tall but do so before new growth appears. Hibiscus plants are usually late to emerge, so don’t panic if no new leaves appear when the rest of your perennials are well on their way.

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