Hibiscus Standard

Mon-Sat, 10-8; Sun, 12-5.

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  • Tropical Hibiscus plants produce large colorful blooms summer through fall--and sometimes in spring if they've come from warmer climates as these ones have done. Pruned and trained to grow on a single woody stem like a tree trunk, each variety produces unique blooms as described below. Traditionally, hibiscus flowers only have five petals and an open form that exposes the pistil, often with a contrasting colored throat. Cultivated varieties now can have more than five petals, referred to as "double hibiscus."

    Pink: Bright pink single blooms with dark centers

    Exotic Holly: (aka "Chatty Kathy") Bright yellow standard blooms with pink throats

    Double Peach: Delicate peach double blooms with ruffly margins

    Double Red: Robust red double blooms with distinctive yellow anthers

    Double Pink: Bright pink double blooms (not yet in bloom)

    Florida Sun: Coral double blooms that can go more apricot towards the margins

    Bright light to full sun
    Keep consistently moist; about once a day, depending on conditions. Overwatering is rare, but will result in yellowing leaves towards the center/bottom of the plant. All other leaf loss (including yellowing at the top of the plant) indicates underwatering.
    Topical soil
    Not toxic to cats and dogs