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This is the bluest Rose of Sharon you'll ever see! Blue Chiffon is a great flowering shrub to add to the garden. These long-lived, winter-hardy perennials are a perfect statement in the garden, producing hundreds of blue hibiscus-shaped flowers when in bloom.
They are great as hedges or for the back of the garden. Give them space to shine, as they can reach 8-12' tall and 6-7' wide. They're quite drought-tolerant once established.
- Drought Tolerant
- Attracts Butterflies & Hummingbirds
- Pollinator Friendly
- Container Friendly
- Deer Resistant
GARDEN USES: Shrub Border, Fence, Hedging
BLOOM TIME: Late Summer
SUN-SHADE: Full sun
USDA ZONES:5 to 9
SHIPS AS:1 gal potted plant
SHIPPING: Zone Shipping
We don't ship to AK, HI, PR, VI, Guam
- Garden Guide Included
Shipping and Handling Included
1 Year Warranty on Perennials
Water: Water your plants immediately after taking them out of the box. Give them enough water so the soil appears damp and water trickles out the bottom of the pot.
Plants look Dry, or Foliage appears Lackluster: Sometimes, plants may appear dried out and wilted after the voyage. Do not despair. The foliage may look lackluster when this happens, but the rootstock is still perfectly healthy and alive. To plump your plants back up, water them and wait 5 minutes and then water them again. This will generally rehydrate them. Keep these plants well-watered until you can replant them into larger containers or in the garden within the next week. If plants arrive dry, it is often because the roots have outgrown the small shipping pots and need more room to grow; roots tend to dry out quickly in small containers. Your plants are very much alive, and when you transplant them into larger pots or the earth, they will start growing quickly! So, replant them as soon as possible. Remove any yellow or brown foliage. If a lot of the plant's foliage has yellowed, you may cut the foliage back to just above the soil line. This will allow your plant to restart, encouraging bushier, thicker growth.
Time to Plant! Your plants are now ready to be replanted. Follow the planting guide inside for detailed instructions on how to plant your new plants most effectively.
First-Year Maintenance: The first year (or sometimes two) will require additional maintenance for perennials. During the first season of growth, even if the plant is known to be drought-tolerant, it is essential to water your plants on a regular basis, meaning up to 3-4 times per week. When plants are in their infancy stage, they need to be watered by their caretaker until they've had a chance to build a strong enough root system on existing on their own. If you are experiencing severe heat, or drought-like conditions, or your plants appear droopy, you may need to water your plants almost daily.