White Pillar Rose of Sharon

The White Pillar Rose of Sharon is a sister plant to the popular Purple Pillar, the plant that changed how you think about rose of Sharon. It naturally grows as a narrow column and takes just a fraction of the space that the conventional roses of Sharon do.

This variety shows off a pure white, semi-double bloom, making it just an elegant choice for planting in any style landscaping project that you may have that is blended with nearly any type of architecture. This very unusual, space-saving habit unlocks so many new design possibilities that you can plant it alongside your front entrance, use it as a privacy screen, as a centerpiece to a formal container or even as a dramatic specimen.

It’s very easy to enjoy this summer-blooming favorite now that it is available at better garden centers in the spring. Stop down to Heritage Hill Nursery in Cedarburg for yours today.

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