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How to Grow Rose of Sharon

The rose of Sharon is a heat loving hibiscus flower. It is easy to care for, hardy, and although scentless, sport beautiful colors.

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Planting Rose of Sharon

Rose of Sharon is actually a variety of hibiscus, which is native to Indian subcontinent and other Asian countries. Planting rose of sharon is possible in variety of zones as it is adaptable to multiple climates.

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Rose of Sharon. Top - pruned to be a tree, Bottom: pruned to be a shrub, which is the most common way. Plant care: see URL.

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Rose Of Sharon Pruning – How And When To Prune Rose Of Sharon

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Rose Of Sharon Pruning – How And When To Prune Rose Of Sharon

Cute back by 2/3rds in the winter rose of Sharon blooms on the current season's growth it should be pruned in late winter. Next winter remove any new growth from the previous year and an additional third from the existing old growth. Continue this pattern in subsequent years until the hedge reaches about 8 feet tall, which is a more natural height for the shrub and about as short as you should take it.

7 Reasons to Grow Rose of Sharon

Rose of Sharon is an easy to grow and beautiful perennial! Plus it has many benefits for your yard! Check out these reasons to grow Rose of Sharon!

How to Train a Rose of Sharon Hibiscus Bush to Become a Single Stem Tree

How to Train a Rose of Sharon Hibiscus Bush to Become a Single Stem Tree | Home Guides | SF Gate

How to Prune a Rose of Sharon Bush to Create a Rose of Sharon Tree

Rose of Sharon, with its profuse blooms and resistance to pests, is one of the easiest shrubs to grow. It can also stand extreme pruning, if you wish to turn yours into a small tree instead. Such ...