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Blue Chiffon® Hibiscus

Hibiscus syriacus 'Notwood3' (PP# 20,574)

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Blue Chiffon® Hibiscus

Hibiscus syriacus 'Notwood3' (PP# 20,574)

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Deer Resistant
Dwarf Variety
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Botanical Name

Hibiscus syriacus 'Notwood3' (PP# 20,574)

Outdoor Growing zone


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Sun needs

Full Sun, Partial Sun



The Blue Chiffon® Hardy Hibiscus is the perfect choice for all gardeners who love blue flowers. Always so rare, true-blue flowers are not only beautiful, they blend perfectly with all other flower colors, so you can’t go wrong. This modern variety blooms for months, starting in mid-summer and going right into fall, through the heat, humidity and dryness of summer in the hottest places. But it isn’t just for hot areas – no, this plant was bred especially for cooler zones, so if you haven’t had great success with hardy hibiscus because of the cooler summer where you live, now is the chance to change all that. Quickly becoming a large, rounded bush around 10 feet tall, this is the plant to fill those big spaces, or to make a spectacular flowering hedge or privacy screen.

  • Superb true-blue flowers are large and very beautiful
  • A rare and special color that blends with everything else in your garden
  • A very long flowering season, from mid-summer all the way into the fall
  • Fast-growing, vigorous and bushy – ideal for easily filling spaces in your garden with beauty
  • Bred to grow well in cooler zones, not just in hot states like older varieties

Plant your Blue Chiffon® Hardy Hibiscus in full sun for the best blooming, although it will take a little shade in hotter areas. Plant it in any well-drained soil, including poor soils, heavy clays and even near Black Walnut, where many plants fail to grow. Once established it is very drought tolerant, and needs no particular attention to thrive in your garden. Prune in early spring, before new leaves appear, trimming back branches from the previous season to 12 inches long, or less. Untroubled by deer and serious pests or diseases.

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