Flowers as Large as Dinner Plates!
Kopper King Hibiscus has some of the biggest flowers available on the perennial market today. They commonly grow to dinner plate size – a foot or more across! These Hollyhock-like flowers have five petals and come in shades of light pink, with red central eyes and red veins throughout the petals.
These pink flowers stand out like beacons against the deep copper-red serrated foliage, too. They make quite a statement in your garden beds or as focal points. Several together make a great and colorful hedge, and it’s size will work in a large container.
These Rose-Mallow hybrid Hibiscus are considered ‘hardy’ Hibiscus, meaning that they grow in colder weather areas up to zone 4. These aren’t the tropical Hibiscus that are synonymous with Honolulu or Miami. These can be enjoyed in most gardens across the US every year up until hard frost.
Normal garden soil and plenty of sun is all that these plants really need to provide years of interest in your garden.
If you want to turn your garden into a tropical retreat, make sure to order your Kopper King Hibiscus today!
- MASSIVE Foot Wide Blooms
- Eye-Catching Copper-Red Foliage
- Hardy To Zone 4
- Tropical Pink Blooms