Scarlet Rosemallow Hibiscus (Hibiscus Coccineus) is an amazing specimen that grows to a height of 3 - 6 feet! Scarlet Rosemallow Hibiscus plants are covered in leafy, green, palmate foliage and burst into bloom late summer through fall with large, scarlet flowers. Stunning plants look great in moist soil next to your pond or in the back of a flower bed. Will tolerate dry soil as long as you water them once or twice a week. Prefers full sun and moist soil. A stunning plant that comes back year after year. Hummingbirds and butterflies are attracted to this plant. Native to the Southeastern United States and Hardy in zones 6 - 9
Height Grows 3 - 6 feet tall
Width 2 - 3 feet wide
Sunlight Requirements Full sun to part sun
Moisture Requirements Moist soil
Zone Hardy in zones 6 - 9
Scarlet Rosemallow Hibiscus grows well in moist, loam soil in part sun/part shade. Hardy in zones 6 - 9 and native to the Southeastern United States.