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Hibiscus 'Multi-Tropic Yellow'


Hibiscus is a beautiful flowering bush native to tropical regions. And exotic looking flower that is an excellent container plants or as a tree. Good in USDA hardiness zones 10–12. Bright green leaves with large flowers. These perennial shrubs can handle lots of water.

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  • »  Loads of buds and blooms all season
  • »  Great white, pink and red flower
  • »  Ideal for containers
  • »  Tolerate heat and humidity

Interesting Notes

Newest breeding in Tropical Hibiscus focuses on bold colors and flower longevity. Best in partial sun in the Deep South. Tropical Hibiscus is a great option for many gardners as it truly can take the heat and humitiy of summer. HibisQs hibiscus offers some of the latest breeding in this class. The HibisQs have focused on extended bloom length and improving the number of blooms per plant. The bright colors of the blooms can also be seen in the candles of the plant. These colored candles combined with the large, bright blooms results in color that lasts all summer!

Growing and Maintenance Tips for Hibiscus

HibisQs do better with higher light. As the days start to get shorter, the plant needs less water and fertilizer. Little fertilization required.
Bloom Time: Spring, Late Spring, Summer, Autumn, Late Summer

Plant Characteristics
Additional Information
Height 36-46 in
Spread 20-36 in
Hardiness Zone 9-11
Intro Year 2016
Detailed Description for Hibiscus 'Multi-Tropic Yellow'

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