Exquisite Blue Chiffon® Rose of Sharon Tree Form
- Outstanding Blue-Toned Flowers
- Excellent Focal Point on the Patio
- Graceful Branching Structure Add Sculptural Charm
- Prolific Ruffled Blue Blooms Feature Lacy Center
- Field-Tested to Produce Very Few, to Any Seeds
- Long-Lasting Season of Blooms from Summer to Fall
- Works Very Well in Large Containers
- Perfect for Small Space Gardens
- Great Housewarming Gift for Newbie Gardeners
- Rounded, Upright Growth Stays Slim and Narrow
- Tolerates Most Soils, Including Poor Soil
- Somewhat Drought Tolerant
- Salt Tolerant
Blue is such a rare color in the garden. Enjoy this long-lasting display of one of nature's true wonders.
We've taken a valuable shrub from the time-tested Proven Winners® line. Then, we carefully created a lovely, ornamental tree form plant.
By the time your Blue Chiffon® Rose of Sharon Tree Form (Hibiscus syriacus 'Notwoodthree' PP20,574) arrives at your doorstep, it will have already received many years of expert care. This ornamental Hibiscus shrub has been trained into a tree form.
Ethereal blue-toned flowers absolutely cover this pretty tree form plant for months! Gorgeous, single blue flowers feature soft, fluffy centers for an exquisite display. What a showpiece for your landscape from midsummer through fall.
Go ahead and use these "attention-grabbers" as a unique accent. Each of these single-stem, tree form plants will draw the eye.
How amazing to have this best-selling shrub from Proven Winners turned into an incredible tree for your own yard. You'll be thrilled to see it, resplendent with large, frilled blue blooms.
Use one or many to create the lush landscape you crave.
You'll never worry about seedlings. The flower factories on this Proven Winners plant simply don't produce very many viable seeds. Very few seeds...very few hassles.
The showy, ruffled, blue blooms are held nearly flat and feature a bouncy, lacy center. These anemone-like blooms beacon you to reach out and touch its silky petals.
Of course, the blooms also entice jewel-toned hummingbirds and butterflies to visit its nectar. They'll only add to your already spectacular display!
You'll enjoy fantastic results from Blue Chiffon without it requiring much work from you. With graceful branching, the Blue Chiffon Rose of Sharon attains an elegant, rounded form.
It is tolerant of periodic drought, heat and salt spray. With healthy and vibrant foliage, and those eye-catching blue blooms, nothing compares to Blue Chiffon.
It becomes a high performance home accent. Give it a name, and call it a family plant pet.
Order yours today, before we run out. You'll be so glad you did!
How to Use Blue Chiffon® Rose of Sharon Tree Form in the Landscape
Anywhere you place these remarkable trees is sure to be a hit. Plant a few in containers for your front porch or patio. Place a few along a walkway or as a backdrop for your perennial bed.
Go ahead and carve out some space for yourself in a private garden room and use one as a focal point.
Why not add daily downward-facing Dog on an outdoor yoga platform in your own Meditation Garden? Gift yourself time in a fun, uniquely personal and individualistic space.
Use store-bought or found objects that appeal to your sense of humor. Trust us, Blue Chiffon Rose of Sharon Tree Form can handle a "lot of look".
Go for high-end, with professional ceramic pots. Add an elegant garden sculpture or two.
Or, let it easily turn a few "cheap and cheerful" candles and outdoor throw pillows into an Instagram-ready entertainment area. These trees will make anything look better.
Add an annual, edible Salsa Garden in a set of old coffee cans nearby. Pop a containerized Improved Dwarf Meyer Lemon tree or Bearss Lime tree nearby.
Keep it understated with a few Boxwood shrubs underneath. Add a special bench and a beautiful memorial stone to keep the memory of a fun-loving loved one alive.
No matter the size of your space, you can easily personalize your landscape with a series of garden rooms. Plant the walls with a fragrant hedge like Lilac or Chestnut Hill Cherry Laurel.
Then, decorate your space with these tree form plants used consistently through your landscape. In an outdoor dining room, add a free-standing fountain. Flank either side with a pair of Blue Chiffon Rose of Sharon Tree Forms.
Make it fun with a blue avenue of multiple trees, evenly spaced. Plant them in the ground, or grow them in large pots behind your patio furniture.
Use several of these low-maintenance Tree-Form focal points throughout your landscape. It's an investment for the future.
Give them a bit of shelter, or place a few heavy stones in their pot to keep them "tip-proof." With proper care, these tough, Hardy Hibiscus deciduous shrubs should keep coming back for your year after year.
#ProPlantTips for Care
Blue Chiffon Rose of Sharon Tree Form performs best in full sun. You'll enjoy the richest, true blue tones; plentiful flowers and healthy foliage if you plant them where they receive at least six hours of direct sunlight a day.
Their planting site should be in well-drained soil that sheds water quickly after a rain shower or watering. Ideally, you would keep the soil evenly moist, but you wouldn't see puddles that remained for very long.
Luckily, these plants are vigorous and durable. Simply 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. Look into automated drip irrigation. It's fairly easy and fun to set up and adjust; and will save you so much time in the long run!
Prune to shape in early spring as needed. At that time, you'll decide on a plan to maintain and reduce their size to keep them as a small tree form.
We recommend that you study your tree all season long. You can use bits of ribbon or twine to mark the branches to prune when it's time.
Using sharp pruners sharp, make cuts to open up the canopy of your tree to sunlight and air circulation.
With those shears, reduce the overall size of the canopy to a two to three foot sphere. For larger trees, you might only reduce to a three to four foot sphere to preserve some height. Once new growth starts in the spring though, put the shears away so as not to damage any of the newly forming flowers.
Apply a slow-release fertilizer for your tree at that same time. Just follow the application rates on the label directions.
Enjoy a very modern accent in your landscape. They require very little, but really give you something special to look at.
Add the cool, lavish blue blooms of Blue Chiffon® Rose of Sharon Tree Form to your landscape this season.
They'll make a great gift for your favorite certain someone. Or gift yourself, and let these hard-working, expertly grown Tree Form plants tie your entire garden design together.
|Hibiscus syriacus 'Notwoodthree'
|8 - 12 feet
|4 - 6 feet
|Growing Zone Range
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