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PlantFiles Pictures: Rose of Sharon 'Blue Satin™' (Hibiscus syriacus)

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Eustis, FL
(Zone 9a)

March 15, 2005
1:45 AM

Post #1338980

Rose of Sharon 'Blue Satin'
Hibiscus syriacus

Hybridized by Verweij, 2002
Additional info: (PP12680; Satin® series, aka Marina, Satin Blue)

Blue Satin Hibiscus - slow grower, but boy are the blooms worth it!

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San Jose, CA
(Zone 9b)

April 1, 2005
3:43 AM

Post #1376431

Those are gorgeous blooms, Chrissy. I just love Hibiscus. I didn't even know they come in blue...Uh Oh!

Eustis, FL
(Zone 9a)

April 1, 2005
12:15 PM

Post #1376794

I bought this a few years ago, before I knew the difference in hibiscuses (hibisci?). At that time, I thought everything that was labeled a "Hibiscus" was a Tropical Hibiscus that does so well here, but this is definitely not one of them! LOL It redeems itself when it blooms, but it's such a small plant, compared to the rest of my hibiscus. I've never tried moving it, maybe it would like another location better.
Kernersville, NC
(Zone 7a)

April 25, 2005
11:55 PM

Post #1427218

I bought 2 of these yesterday to plant on either side of my porch. I understand that they start growing fast after 2 or 3 years? I hope so, because I have little fantasies of them being the 6-8 feet promised and passersby going 'ooooh' LOL I hope that mine are as blue as yours, I will watch them like a hawk!

By the way, your picture is what inspired me to join this forum, I was researching these and saw your beautiful picture and had to join to take a look around! Thanks very much Chrissy, I have learned so much already!
Eustis, FL
(Zone 9a)

April 26, 2005
3:02 PM

Post #1428393

Awww, shucks, Butterqueen! I'm just a newbie myself, although I have learned SOOOO much since joining DG, I'm not nearly as clueless as I used to be! :) I believe my plant is 3 years old now, and it's re-leafing (is that a word?) much more vigourously than last year, so I'm hoping it gets taller this year! I had planted it behind some stuff (when I thought all hibiscus were tropical hibiscus) in the hopes that it would be 5-6' tall, so I might have to move it to where it can be seen, as the blooms are SPECTACULAR!

Castro Valley, CA
(Zone 9a)

April 26, 2005
11:02 PM

Post #1429201

Lovely shade of blue, I might just have to try one, lol, Annie

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