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Double Purple Rose of Sharon

These delicate lavender blooms are an awesome sight when they adorn these large shrubs!  They will start blooming in early June and put on a show until the frost comes!  The large, impressive blooms are truly double and resemble a large carnation.  No garden would be complete without the summer blooms of Rose of Sharon.  The butterflies and hummingbirds love these shrubs, so plant them where you can watch their activity!

Rose of Sharons are fast growing and very adaptable to soil conditions.  You will get the best blooms in full sun.  They grow best in moist soil, but tolerate long dry summers remarkably well.  You can use your personal preference when it comes to pruning.  The most recent trend has been to trim all but one single trunk from a young shrub, then shear the trunk of all leaves and branches below 3 ft. and  then let the top portion grow into a tree form.  It can lead to a very impressive blooming tree.  Others prefer the more standard method of just pruning the shrub into a well branched oval.  You really can’t go wrong, you have a beautifully blooming shrub either way.

Rose of Sharons grow up to 12 feet tall and have a spread of 6-7 feet.

These shrubs are 2-3 feet tall and nicely branched.  Shrubs will be shipped bare root with moist material around their roots.


Price: $14.50

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