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Lavender Chiffon® Hibiscus

Hibiscus syriacus 'Notwoodone'

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Lavender Chiffon® Hibiscus

Hibiscus syriacus 'Notwoodone'

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Deer Resistant
Dwarf Variety
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Botanical Name

Hibiscus syriacus 'Notwoodone'

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Sun needs

Full Sun, Partial Sun



The Lavender Chiffon® Hardy Hibiscus is the answer if you want to grow the Rose of Sharon in cooler parts of the country. Bred to perform well in cooler weather, it is also tough, drought tolerant and reliable in the hottest states. An upright bush to 8 feet tall or more, it has many branches, meaning many blooms, with flowers from mid summer into fall. The very large, 4-inch flowers are a wonderful lavender color, with a frilly center, and they are carried in abundance in a continuous display of beauty. Fabulous for a stunning flowering hedge, or as a specimen against a sunny wall, you’ll love how it brings summer alive with color, even in the toughest conditions of heat, humidity and dryness.

  • Gorgeous semi-double blooms of a beautiful lavender color
  • Bred to perform well in cooler climates, like the northeast
  • Flowers for months, from mid-summer right into the fall
  • Vigorous and bushy, ideal for flowering hedges
  • Very easy to grow, drought tolerant and reliable

The Lavender Chiffon® Hardy Hibiscus should be grown in full sun, but in hotter zones it will take an hour or two of shade each day. It is very undemanding for soil, just don’t plant it in wet areas – good drainage is essential. Water while young, but established plants will thrive in dry conditions – a deep soak occasionally through the driest times will be well rewarded with an abundance of blooms. Generally ignored by deer and without significant pests or diseases, this fabulous plant is just so easy to grow. Trim if needed in spring, before the new leaves arrive, but not afterwards as it flowers on new stems.

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