White Rose of Sharon
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- Latin Name- Hibiscus Syriacus Hardy Planting Zone- 5-9 Mature Height- 8-12 ft Width- 6-10 ft Sun or Shade- Full Sun OR Partial Shade
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White Rose of Sharon - Hibiscus Syriacus.
White Rose of Sharon Shrubs makes an excellent garden choice. White Rose of Sharon is easy to grow shrub that is great for beginning gardeners. White Rose of Sharon shrub is an extremely hardy plant that can even manage the cold extremes up to climate zones. White Rose of Sharon blooms in the spring with blooms that last through summer. White Rose of Sharon Shrubs makes an excellent garden choice thanks to its flowers which are a brilliant white color. White Rose of Sharon blooms themselves are massive and cover the shrub, and attract a great deal of wildlife. The White Rose of Sharon is relatively low maintenance and only needs moist soils to grow well. White Rose of Sharon bush has loose branches and will need light pruning every year. Transplanting this tree is very easy thanks to its roots which spread out just below the soil. Planting this tree in early spring is most recommended. This flowering tree attracts vast amounts of wildlife such as bees and butterflies. The White Rose of Sharon is a beautiful tree and is well known for its large white flowers. The White Rose of Sharon is unique because it blooms during the summer. It can fit well in any garden setting, and it is recommended to pair the White Rose of Sharon pair with darker foliage plants. However, the White Rose of Sharon goes with any number of plants. It can be used to help complement a garden or be used as a centerpiece. Also, due to its bushy like appearance, it can be used for privacy. White Rose of Sharon bush grows best in soft soils that are well drained and occasionally get wet. It has a slight flow growth rate, growing no more than a foot per year.