Hibiscus 'Luna Red' 1 Gallon

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We Pacific Northwesterners are fortunate to have a climate that is agreeable to perennials such as this hardy hibiscus 'Luna Red.' Also known as swamp rose mallow, it can tolerate wet soils, so if you've got a soggy problem area that gets lots of sun, 'Luna Red' may be a beautiful option. The two to three foot tall shrub will put out deep red blooms on an almost daily basis from mid-July right up until fall; deadheading the large spent blooms will keep things neat but isn't necessary. This hardy hibiscus will die back when it freezes and is a bit slow to reappear in the spring, but once it gets going, it leafs out rapidly, ready to put on another summer show.

Common Name: Hardy Hibiscus, Swamp Rose Mallow
Mature Size: 2 - 3 feet tall, 1-1/2 - 2 feet wide
Growth Rate: Late to appear in spring, then grows rapidly
Cold Hardiness: -20 ° F
Characteristics: Perennial, deer-resistant, attracts butterflies, wet-tolerant
Light: Full sun to partial sun
Structure: Upright, rounded
Bloom Color: Deep red
Bloom Time: Mid-summer to fall
Uses: Woodland gardens, tropical gardens, container planters, specimen, wet areas
Photos: Real images, not stock photos
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