Hibiscus Kinchens Yellow, Hibiscus Kinchens Yellow. Photo by Alena Malinovskaya
Photo by Alena Malinovskaya

Hibiscus Kinchens Yellow

Hibiscus Kinchens Yellow
Family: Malvaceae
Large shrub 5-10 ft tallSmall plant 2-5 ftFull sunRegular waterYellow, orange flowers

Hibiscus Kinchens Yellow is a bushy perennial evergreen shrub that grows to between 5 and 10 feet tall. It features oval to lance shaped green foliage and beautiful, trumpet-shaped yellow, orange or pink flowers that measure 5 - 6 inches across and bloom in summer and fall.

Hibiscus Kinchens Yellow is easy to grow and care for in the right environment. It requires full sun and regular water, with occasional fertilizing throughout the growing season to maintain optimal growth. The shrub is hardy in USDA Hardiness Zones 9 to 11, and will suffer in colder temperatures with leaves becoming dull and colors fading.

In colder regions, Hibiscus Kinchens Yellow can still thrive when grown in a pot. Place the potted plant outdoors in the warm, sunny summer months, but bring it indoors during winter to provide extra protection from the cold. Water frequently and keep the soil moisture, but be sure to avoid over-watering. Every two to three years, repot the Hibiscus Kinchens Yellow if it has become root-bound, or replant it into a larger container if it has outgrown the previous one.

Hibiscus Kinchens Yellow is a great choice for any landscape looking to add bursts of summer and fall color. This large shrub is an eye-catching addition to any garden, that is sure to provide long-lasting beauty and enjoyment. For those living in colder climates, Hibiscus Kinchens Yellow can still be grown, with a little extra care given to ensure it survives during the winter months.

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