Hibiscus moscheutos sp. Lord Baltimore
Large as Pie Plates
USDA Zone 5 to 9
Lord Baltimore is a cold-hardy perennial sub-shrub...it is a long-living, hardy hibiscus that produces 6 to 8" deep red blooms in the summer and fall. It is an excellent choice for more casual, informal plantings, adding a huge pop of color in the late summer and fall.
This plant is highly attractive to bee, butterflies and often used by hummingbirds. At maturity, the plant reaches 5' in height and often is as wide. After blooming, the plant become deciduous, returning from the roots the following spring. This hardy hibiscus should be placed in full sun for best bloom and benefits from weekly watering during the heat of the summer.
The Lord Baltimore Hibiscus is hardy across USDA Zones 5 through 9.
It is listed as a Texas Superstar Plant by Texas A&M University.
The plant being offered is a 2 year plant, well-rooted, and anticipated to bloom once once it is out of dormancy. The plants are currently being grown in 2 gallon containers.
NOTE: Anticipate plants will be out of dormancy by May 1.
Excess soil will be removed and the roots will be wrapped well in dampened materials. The roots will then be encased in plastic and tied securely. Each plant is individually labeled with common and botanical names.
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