Hibiscus mos. Starry Starry Night
This variety has the darkest foliage we’ve seen on a hibiscus. And the bright, 7-8″ pink blooms just shine against it. The blooms don’t just appear in at the top like older varieties, either. They are produced from the top to the bottom of the plant. Starry Starry Night is relatively compact, growing to 4′ tall. It is lovely as a specimen planting or as a hedge. It attracts butterflies and pollinators, and deer tend to avoid it. Zone 4-9 Full sun to part shade blooms mid-summer to fall.
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