Pink Hibiscus (Hibiscus rosa-sinensis ‘Pink’)
Hibiscus rosa-sinensis ‘Pink’
- Also known as Tropical Hibiscus, Queen of the Tropics, Chinese Hibiscus
- Bloom Color: Pink
- Large tropical foliage
- Periodic blooms throughout the year
- A versatile plants ideal as a hedge, screen or background specimen
- Beautiful in large pots too
We love Pink Hibiscus for their profusion of large, pink, single blooms that appear periodically throughout the year, transforming any space into a bright and cheery area! Native to tropical China, Hibiscus rosa-sinensis ‘Pink’ also features dense, glossy green foliage, so we like to plant them as a solid and stylish hedge or screen. Use this tropical beauty to cover unsightly fences or stucco walls or use them to fill up spaces between windows! These medium size shrubs also look lovely when used as a specimen near driveways and pathways, greeting anyone with vibrant color. Tropical Hibiscus is a garden staple that works well in all types of landscapes!
Pink Hibiscus is heat tolerant and thrives in a location with full sun to partial sun exposures. They have a fast growth rate and offer year round interest. Besides their long-bloom of brilliant color, people also love them because of how easy they are to grow. With a little care, this Hibiscus will reward you with showy flowers and foliage that adds plenty of curb appeal!
For the best development, we recommend fertilizing with the proper fertilizer for our area. At Moon Valley Nurseries, we carry a complete line of the proper fertilizers ideal for treating your dense soil, for a beautiful, thriving landscape, so be sure to pick some up while you are here!
For the best-looking, healthiest and hardiest Pink Hibiscus, visit any of our Moon Valley Nurseries throughout the Southwest. We grow them from premium quality specimens and have been doing it this way for over 20 years! We assure their quality is above the rest! Visit us today and see the difference.
Attracts hummingbirds and butterflies
Beautiful, bright showy flowers with fragrant aroma