Also known as the tree Hollyhock or the Rose Mallow, Hibiscus syriacus 'Walbertons Rose Moon' is a breeding breakthrough, being covered in ENORMOUS bright rose-pink blooms from July - not stopping until all buds have opened, sometimes right into autumn.
WIth its lobed, dark green leaves and giant rose-pink flowers up to 20cm (7.5in) across, Rose Moon is an award-winning, deciduous shrub that'll take pride of place in your garden. Each bloom is marked with a red centre and the flowers shimmer faintly with iridescence in the sun, making this a garden plant that everyone will comment on.
Despite its exotic looks, Hibiscus is very tough, winter hardy and easy to care for, producing a mass of blooms for months on end - even on young plants! It's best placed in a prominent position, where it will bring a colourful display when other plants are beginning to look tired.
Supplied as a 2-3 branched bare-root plant, Hibiscus 'Walbertons Rose Moon' will reach a maximum height of around 1.5m.
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