SUMMERIFIC® 'Valentines Crush' Hibiscus

  • 7-8″ Large Blooms,
  • Heavily Ruffled and Over Lapped Petals,
  • Columnar, Upright Habit

Available 06/13/2022

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Homeowner Tips

Hibiscus are one of the later plants to emerge in the spring. Often times you may not see them poking through until late May Early June.

SUMMERIFIC® 'Valentines Crush' Hibiscus

  • 7-8″ Large Blooms,
  • Heavily Ruffled and Over Lapped Petals,
  • Columnar, Upright Habit

Available 06/13/2022

$17.99

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(Rose Mallow) Large flowers give a large impact in the garden. SUMMERIFIC® ‘Valentine’s Crush’ features bright cherry red flowers with large, ruffled overlapping petals. Replacing ‘Cranberry Crush’, ‘Valentine’s Crush’ features a brighter red flower with a deep purple eye, each flower reaching 7-8 inches across. The flowers open flat for even more impact. The deep green foliage has a bronze appearance in the full sun. Standing 5 feet tall and 3.5 feet wide, SUMMERIFIC® ‘Valentine’s Crush’ Form an upright vase-like habit. Hardy in zone 4-9, SUMMERIFIC® ‘Valentine’s Crush’ likes to be grown in full sun to part shade locations with average water needs. Rose mallow is one of the later perennials to emerge in late spring, but once it does it fills out quickly and starts to bloom mid to late summer. This native, deer-resistant perennial makes a great specimen, plant in mass for even more of a color display. If you have a low-lying area in your garden that tends to stay damper, SUMMERIFIC® ‘Valentine’s Crush’ would be a good selection. Hibiscus SUMMERIFIC® ‘Valentine’s Crush’ is a PROVEN WINNERS® Perennial.

SUMMERIFIC® ‘Valentines Crush’ Hibiscus hybrid PPAF
Common Name: Rose Mallow
Plant Type: Perennial
Brand: PROVEN WINNERS® Perennials
Hardiness Zone: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9What is my zone?
Max Height: – 5 Feet
Max Spread: – 42 Inches
Exposure: Full Sun (+6 hrs.), Part Shade (4-6 hrs.)
Nature Attractions: Bee-Friendly, Butterflies
Critter Resistance: Deer
Flower Color: Red Shades
Soil Moisture Needs: Moderate
Attributes: Native
Design Use: Border, Massing, Specimen, Structure
Homeowner Tips

Hibiscus are one of the later plants to emerge in the spring. Often times you may not see them poking through until late May Early June.

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