Hibiscus (Hibiscus moscheutos 'Galaxy' )
Copyright: Patty Bigner
The hibiscus would be an impressive addition to any garden. Large, bright, trumpet-shaped blooms attract both butterflies and birds to your yard.
These flowers will shine on your garden throughout summer as their perennial blooms grow to be approximately six inches across.
Colorful as well, the hibiscus can grow to be almost any color from white to purple and is particularly popular in shades of pink and red.
Hibiscus is a Host Plant for:Gray Hairstreak, and more
Hibiscus is a Nectar Plant for:Checkered White, Gulf Fritillary, and more
Color(s): Range of flower colors
Sun Exposure: Full Sun
Average Height: 4 ft. to 8 ft.
Average Spread: 3 ft.
USDA Plant Hardiness Zone: 6 to 10