Rare Azurri Blue Satin® Rose of Sharon Tree Form
- Incredible True-Blue Blooms Feature Stunning, Purple Throats
- Flowers Keep Coming in an Astonishingly Prolific Display
- Blooms for Months from Summer To Fall
- Noteworthy Cool-Toned Color Not Often Seen in the Garden
- Hummingbirds and Butterflies Adore These Special Small Trees
- Tree Form of a Best-Selling Proven Winners® Shrub
- Very Few Seeds Make this Selection Hassle-Free
- Vigorous and So Easy to Live With
- Makes an Exceptional "Thriller" in Large Containers
- Cold Hardy and Heat Tolerant
- Salt Tolerant
- Deer Don't Prefer the Taste
- No Pruning or Deadheading Required
- Can Be Kept Much Smaller, if Desired
Let's get this party started! You'll appreciate these energetic tree-form accents. They literally bloom most of the summer.
The true blue flowers of Azurri Blue Satin® Rose of Sharon (Hibiscus syriacus 'DVPazurri' PP20,563) are highlighted with a striking, whiskered, red-purple center. You feel like you landed on a tropical island, even if you actually live in Terre Haute or Boise.
Enjoy the cool-toned color combo! Blue blooms are a very special color that is rarely seen in the garden. It certainly helps bring visual relief during those long, hot days of summer.
Our expert growers have carefully grown these showy shrubs as a single stem tree form. Use them to make your landscape appear effortlessly chic.
Rose of Sharon kicks off their long-lasting season of bloom at a time when there aren't many other flowering shrubs or trees. They start blooming in summer, and the blooms keep coming all the way to fall.
Consider Azurri Blue Satin Rose of Sharon Tree Form to be your summer good-time plant. Their unique, deep blue flowers are decorated with a beautiful, whiskered accent and prominent white center.
They'll add so much personality to your plantings. But these self-cleaning plants don't need you to fuss over them, either.
No "party fouls" like deadheading required for these eye-catching trees. And these non-invasive Rose of Sharon with their large blooms are a huge improvement over the species.
You'll also appreciate the fine-textured, dark green foliage that acts as a perfect foil for the brilliant blooms. These plants are really easy to grow, and should do well even for beginning gardeners.
Just give it full sun, and a fairly regular schedule of water. Don't worry if you miss a week, this rugged plant will tolerate drought for a little while.
Invite your friends to barbeque with you and your Azurri Blue Satin Rose of Sharon Tree Form. You'll make a big impression with these great blue flowers.
Order one or rely on their smooth good looks to add color to the summer landscape. Go ahead and amplify your summertime fun today!
How to Use Azurri Blue Satin® of Sharon Tree Form in the Landscape
Add these gorgeous small, flowering trees as "Thrillers" in outdoor containers, or in the ground. You might be surprised what a good screen the lavish canopy becomes.
No yard? No problem. Use a container on your balcony, positioned to block any unsightly view with an outstanding tropical-looking focal point.
Plant a series of them in your patio planting bed for a delightful feature. Space them four to eight feet apart on center, depending on the look you are going for.
Expand the spacing to see a set of individual trees. Go closer together if you want their canopies to grow together and touch. You'll measure from the center of one to the center of the next.
Plant them near entrances for a stunning welcome. Your guests will be amazed by the deep blue blooms.
Start conversations with a single tree at the corner of your foundation planting. Or, plant a pair as sentries flanking either side of your outdoor entertainment area.
They'll look amazing anywhere you have a sunny spot, and can be easily added to perennial borders and mixed beds. Let your creativity come out...you'll be inspired by these unusually pretty blue blooms.
#ProPlantTips for Care
Plant in full sun to enjoy the brightest color, and the most flowers. They need at least six hours of direct sunlight. The more sun, the better!
Provide well-drained soil. If needed, plant in a raised bed,or container. You can also add a heaped mound of soil 18 inches high by three feet wide for planting.
Cover the soil with a three-inch layer of mulch, leaving a few inches of space next to the trunk. If you like, add a landscape border to create a stylish raised garden bed.
Provide a medium amount of water on a regular basis. Container plants will need plenty of water. Research automated drip irrigation systems, they are a breeze to install. It's so worth it!
Early each spring, make sure to set aside some time to prune your tree form, don't worry, it's pretty easy!
Simply grab your favorite pruning shears and reduce the overall size to a two to three foot sphere. If you have an older, larger, tree feel free to only reduce the size to a three to four foot sphere to preserve a little height.
We do recommend making sure to get this pruning done very early in the spring. That way you won't damage any of the new growth and have maximum flower power!
Apply a controlled release fertilizer in early spring. Please follow the application rates on the label directions.
Although this improved cultivar of Blue Satin Hibiscus is considered "Deer Resistant", we always recommend you spray repellent regularly. Deer are curious, and can get so hungry. Train them to leave your special Azzuri alone by reapplying, according to directions.
Don't let another summer go by without adding a serious splash of cool color. Order Azzuri Blue Satin Rose of Sharon tree form today!
Hurry, these masterful tree form plants are in high demand. And we only have a very limited quantity. Place your order ASAP.
|Hibiscus syriacus 'DVPazurri'
|8 -12 feet
|6- 8 feet
|Growing Zone Range
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