Pot Hibiscus Hedging - ShrubHibiscus syriacus
Stunning tricolor hibiscus hedge!
Order this stunning hibiscus and enjoy a beautiful flowering hedge! This unusual hibiscus hedge with mixed coloured flowers will really make your friends envious. The beautiful flowers appear from July until autumn and spread through the whole hedge. Loses its leaves both in autumn and winter. This hedge has 3 different phases. spring – green, summer and autumn – green with flowers and winter – bare with no leaves. Plant 3 per metre.Show more
Show moreHibiscus syriacus grows best in the ground. Make sure the hibiscus root balls are soaked well – place the shrubs in a bucket of luke-warm water, prior to planting. Prepare a large hole and loosen the soil with a fork. Plant the hibiscus at the correct depth – the top of the root ball should be just slightly below ground level. Fill the hole with soil and press firmly down. Water immediately after planting. Hibiscus syriacus thrives in a not too dry humus-rich soil. Improve your garden soil by adding a mix of well rotted compost and peat. Choose a sunny or partially shaded spot.
Show moreThe Syrian Hibiscus (Hibiscus syriacus) is a shrub that can withstand some drought, however we do advise that in the summer during periods of drought that you do water a little more often – it will help it to retain its leaves for a little longer. Each year, winter and early spring, add a mixture of compost and fertiliser around the base. Prune your hibiscus hedge into shape once a year in early spring.
Show moreHibiscus syriacus is a strong shrub suitable for hedging. If you prune every year, it will become increasingly dense and will eventually reach about 1.5 m high, or even higher if required. Hibiscus syriacus flowers on wood from the previous year.