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Hibiscus Mrs James Hendry, Hibiscus Mrs James Hendry

Hibiscus Mrs James Hendry

Hibiscus Mrs James Hendry
Family: Malvaceae
Large shrub 5-10 ft tallSmall plant 2-5 ftFull sunSemi-shadeRegular waterWhite, off-white flowersYellow, orange flowers

Hibiscus Mrs James Hendry is a shrub which reaches between 2 - 5 feet in height and can occasional reach heights of 5-10 feet tall in ideal conditions. This shrub has a delicate double flowering with very ornamental foliage. This shrub produces white and off-white bloom in the spring which transforms into bright yellow and orange flowers in full bloom. It is a relatively slow-growing plant which makes it easier to look after.

Hibiscus Mrs James Hendry can be grown in USDA Zone 9-11 and requires full sun, or semi-shaded spots with regular watering.

When it comes to growing Hibiscus Mrs James Hendry, it is important you give it enough sun with regular watering, but not over water, as this can cause the root system to rot. Pruning should take place immediately after flowering.

For colder climates, Hibiscus Mrs James Hendry is best kept in a pot to make it easier to look after, however as mentioned previously, it is important not to over water the plant. To look after it in colder climates, keep the pot in a sheltered section of your garden to avoid any frost damage. Protecting the roots and foliage will help keep the health of your Hibiscus Mrs James Hendry.


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