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DeGroot Shrub Rose of Sharon Althea, 1 Plant

SKU: 107346699
DeGroot Shrub Rose of Sharon Althea, 1 Plant
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Growing a "Rose of Sharon" bush (Althea) is the easiest way to fill your yard with season-long color. Hummingbirds & butterflies are drawn to its superb display; an added benefit of having this exceptional shrub for your yard. These lovely double, pastel-pink blooms are 3-5 in. in diameter, plus they flower in late summer to fall when few other shrubs are in bloom. This bush is a cold hardy hibiscus commonly grown in Zones 5-9.

  • Substantial garden plant growing to 10-12 ft. tall and about 6 ft. wide
  • Best to give it plenty of room to grow, as it looks the best when growing to its natural size
  • When the bush is young, it's more upright and compact, but spreads and opens as it ages
  • An Althea bush makes an excellent single specimen in the landscape or grouped together in a mass planting
  • Since an Althea bush blooms on new wood, prune it each year before new growth begins in the late winter or early spring to keep the shrub tidy and blooming well
  • This is a very rugged, maintenance-free plant that will do well in poor soil, extreme heat, and drought
  • It is a deciduous shrub

Specification Description
Plant Type: Perennial
Brand: DeGroot
Hardiness Zones: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
Warranty: Guaranteed to grow for 1 Year
Flower Color: Pink
Plant Height: Varies
Manufacturer Part Number TSBWROSE
DeGroot Shrub Rose of Sharon Althea, 1 Plant is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good value It came well packed. One stem about five inches long but had a good root. Planted in container and with in about a week it had leaves. I have had similar luck taking a small stem when the shrub first starts greening-up in spring. I love Rose of Sharon shrubs and had quite a few at our last home. We've had to start fresh in our new home. If this one grows as expected I will be buying more through Tractor Supply until I am able to propagate from my own Rose of Sharon shrubs. Good customer service, quick shipping and they have curb service. Plus a good value.
Date published: 2020-04-25
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What variety is this Rose of Sharon?

Asked by: TanyaLM
The Rose of Sharon variety is Hibiscus syriacus.
Answered by: DeGroot
Date published: 2020-03-02

What size is the Rose of Sharon at shipment?

Asked by: LMN1
Approximately 12-18 inches.
Answered by: NRoberts
Date published: 2020-04-23

What size container does this come in?

Asked by: MtnMan5
These plants do not come in a pot/container. The shrubs are packaged in a plastic bag inside a cardboard sleeve.
Answered by: MitchellW
Date published: 2019-03-13

One plant grows 6-12? just curious if 1 of these plants would grow big enough to be in a section of the yard by itself

Asked by: Tammyfr
This plant may grow to be approximately 10-12’ tall and should be allowed 6-7’ spacing. When the bush is young, it's more upright and compact, but spreads and opens as it ages.
Answered by: CodyP
Date published: 2019-04-22
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