Moon Valley Nurseries Yellow Hibiscus details and information. Moon Valley Nurseries has a great selection of Yellow Hibiscus that are grown only from our best specimens. Learn more about Moon Valley Nurseries plants and best practices for outstanding plant performance.
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Hibiscus rosa-sinensis 'Yellow'
- Good for hedges, screens, foundation planting
- Great in pots!
- Bloom Color: Single Yellow
- Other common names Queen of the Tropics, Tropical Hibiscus
- Large tropical foliage
- Works well in most landscapes
- Periodic blooms throughout year
We love to use this showy Yellow Hibiscus as foundation planting along houses and fences lines, where the large and bold tropical foliage brings a much-needed burst of color into any dull landscape. From southern China, Hibiscus rosa-sinensis'Yellow' can grow to be a medium-sized shrub with glossy green foliage and its long blooming cycle makes it a favorite for use in a mixed border or as a solid screen and hedge. We like to use them to block unsightly side yard fences in style and they're also a great choice for planting against stucco walls.
This Tropical Hibiscus loves to grow in our local climate. They are heat tolerant and prefer to grow in a spot that receives plenty of full sun exposure. Once established, give them low to moderate water. We recommend annual early spring pruning, which will allow them to rejuvenate early in the season. These make wonderful companions for Lantana and Cordyline plants too! At Moon Valley Nurseries, we offer free home and business design consultations when you come to our nursery. Our nursery pro's make it easy to revamp any landscape or to create your dream landscape with our amazing selection of premium-quality shrubs, trees and other plants. We're the growers that can assure top quality!
These vibrant shrubs are easy to grow and perfect for any size yard. Bring the colorful look of the tropics to your home in Houston. They grow great in containers and also make beautiful houseplants. Yellow Hibiscus is a great choice to have in your landscape whether you're growing them for the flowers in a cutting garden, as a stylish hedge, or to cover up structures.