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Water Gardening: Hibiscus in a pond

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Somonauk, IL
(Zone 5a)

May 29, 2009
9:42 PM

Post #6615213

I just got a Lord Baltimore Hibiscus and was wondering if it will grow in a pond environment? 2-3 inches of water over the top of container at most
Tucson, AZ

May 29, 2009
11:16 PM

Post #6615547

Robust plant with impressive, large, 10", brilliant, red flowers with ruffled over-lapping petals. Useful in masses, as a hedge, along the edge of a pond, or in water up to 6" deep. Very late to break dormancy, but a showy accent once foliage emerges. Mature height of 3-4' with a similar spread. Container grown.

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