Jazzy Blushing Bride Rose of Sharon Tree Form
- Fun, Two-Toned Pink Pom Pom Blooms
- Works in Either Formal or Funky Garden Settings
- Dress This Useful Variety Up or Down with Your Styling Choices
- Upright Form Becomes a Living Sculpture
- Beautifully Showy, Double, Pale-Pink Blooms Feature Rosy-Red Centers
- Easy-Care Focal Point Blooms Summer Through Fall
- Works Very Well in Large Containers
- Can Be Easily Grown in Small Space Gardens
- Perfect for Newbie Gardeners
- Tolerates Rookie Mistakes
- Give it Full Sun and Good Water
- Deer Don't Prefer their Taste
Don't put this baby in a corner. When these incredible, double, soft-pink blushed flowers are popping above the healthy, toothed, green-leaved foliage—look out!
These single stem tree forms of one of the prettiest Rose of Sharon bushes have a fabulously long-lasting display. Their straight-arrow up and down growth habit makes an outstanding focal point or garden accent.
Stopping people in their tracks doesn't always mean shouting. These whisper-soft, fluffy, large, double blooms are a wonder for summer color that lasts for months!
Our expert growers have truly lavished many years care on these very special Blushing Bride Rose of Sharon Tree Form (Hibiscus syriacus 'Blushing Bride') plants.
They'll look incredible just about anywhere you have a sunny spot. Showy, ruffled, pink blooms are fully double, with twice the amount of silky petals as other varieties.
Blushing Bride Tree Form becomes a gorgeous showpiece for your landscape from midsummer through fall. They'll work hard at delivering the lush landscape you crave.
Hummingbirds and butterflies certainly love visiting its nectar. Use these beautiful, small trees on the "company-side" of your Victory Garden.
These Rose of Sharon tree form plants have such an elegant form. You'll never grow tired of the sophisticated colorway, either.
Each bloom is ornamented with a deeper pink center. The dynamic display works well when seen at a distance, and your guests will want to study them up close, too.
Give these easy-care, high performance garden accents a place of honor. They might become a bit of a "family plant pet."
Order your Blushing Bride Rose of Sharon Tree Form today, before we run out. We have only a limited inventory, so place your order while we still have stock of this trained tree form.
How to Use Blushing Bride Rose of Sharon Tree Form in the Landscape
Get the most from the upright, slender branches and large, double pink blooms of this flowering shrub. Add one as a showy specimen, or use multiple plants to really pump up the impact.
Line a garden wall or planting bed with formal rows. Line up these fantastic shrubs on a standard to create an outstanding garden feature.
Space them six to eight feet apart on center. You'll measure from the center of one to the center of the next.
Plant them in a courtyard as a low-maintenance accent. They can provide restful shade to a pair of outdoor chairs, or even a hammock stand!
Don't forget the outdoor table to hold your novel, and a big pitcher of your favorite beverage. Make your yard work harder for you and your friends by creating cozy conversation nooks like this.
Blushing Bride looks great used on either side of an existing focal point. Why not really highlight the steps to your hot tub with a pretty pair placed on either side of the stairs?
You can also use them to create a new focal point at one end of an outdoor garden room, however small. This lovely color would be a welcome addition to a private backyard getaway destination.
Use them in the lawn for an instant vista, or view, from your deck. Add one, three or five in a casual, informal grouping in a mulched island bed. Underplant with perennials that can handle full to partial shade.
#ProPlantTips for Care
Give Blushing Bride Rose of Sharon Tree Form full sun for best performance. Gain the most plentiful flowers and greenest foliage with at least six hours of direct sunlight a day.
Plant in well-drained soil. If your site has soil that retains water for a long time after a rain shower or watering, create a raised bed or install a planting mound to improve your drainage.
Give young plants a medium amount of water on a regular schedule. Water during extended periods of drought each year. Container-grown plants need careful watering.
Save time with automated drip irrigation. This intermediate to beginner-level project helps keep the soil evenly moist in the long run.
In early spring, you'll prune your Blushing Bride to keep it shaped up. Study your tree to come up with a pruning plan to maintain them as a small tree form.
Open up the canopy of your tree to sunlight and air circulation with a series of 45-degree angle pruning cuts. Keep your pruners sharp, and prune just above an outward-facing bud.
At that time, you can also apply a slow-release fertilizer before new growth appears. Use a formula designed for flowering plants. Just follow the application rates on the label directions.
Watch out to ensure no lawn fertilizer formula gets too close to your plant. These nitrogen-rich formulas can limit the number of blooms. On the good side, the foliage will look amazing, however!
These tree form Blushing Brides develop into a modern accent in your landscape. Growing shrubs on a standard has become so popular because the plant stays smaller.
Use Blushing Bride Rose of Sharon Tree Form in high-profile locations throughout your landscape. Hurry to place your order today!
|Hibiscus syriacus 'Blushing Bride'
|8 - 12 feet
|4 - 6 feet
|Growing Zone Range
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