WHITE CHIFFON® Hibiscus

(1 customer review)
  • Stunning Blooms,
  • Can be Heavily Pruned,
  • Late Summer Bloomer

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WHITE CHIFFON® Hibiscus

(1 customer review)
  • Stunning Blooms,
  • Can be Heavily Pruned,
  • Late Summer Bloomer

Usually Ships within 10 Days

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(Rose of Sharon) WHITE CHIFFON® Hibiscus features elegant, pure white flowers with a lacy cluster of central petals that give it a semi-double appearance. WHITE CHIFFON® is a new award winning variety that blooms profusely from July through September! A PROVEN WINNERS® COLORCHOICE® Flowering Shrub.

WHITE CHIFFON® Hibiscus syriacus ‘Notwoodtwo’ PP12,612
Common Name: Rose of Sharon
Plant Type: Shrub
Brand: PROVEN WINNERS® COLORCHOICE® Flowering Shrubs
Hardiness Zone: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9What is my zone?
Max Height: 8 – 12 Feet
Max Spread: 6 – 10 Feet
Exposure: Full Sun (+6 hrs.)
Blooms On: This Year’s Growth
Nature Attractions: Bee-Friendly, Butterflies
Critter Resistance: Deer
Flower Color: White Shades
Soil Moisture Needs: Moderate
Attributes: Deciduous
Design Use: Border, Combination Containers, Container, Massing, Specimen, Structure
Growth Habit: Upright
Season of Interest (Flowering): Summer, Late Summer, Fall
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1 review for WHITE CHIFFON® Hibiscus

  1. Deon H

    I bought this last year. The foliage was hard to see through all the blooms. Incredible bloomer. It’s mid-April now and it’s looking to beat its own record. Loaded with blooms. I don’t add commercial fertilizer either. What I do is bring in tons of leaves every fall. They work as a warm blanket, and as they decompose they make a wonderful growing medium. (((happy plant dance)))

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