Hibiscus syriacus Flower Tower Ruby ('Gandini van Aart Ruby'PBR) EU 61269

Shrubs

Description

Hibiscus Flower Tower Ruby has a narrow, ascending, columnar growth habit and is therefore very suitable for the smaller garden. But with the beautiful dark pink-red, half-filled flowers with red hearts, Flower Tower Ruby is an asset in any garden, on balcony or terrace or as a hedge. Flower Tower Ruby blooms continuously from late July to early October and attracts bees and butterflies. After 10 years, this shrub becomes about 3m high and 80 cm wide. Pruning is not necessary but can be done in the spring if desired. Flower Tower Ruby branches well, grows fast and is hardy to -25 ºC. Plant Flower Tower Ruby in full sun in a moist, well-drained soil.

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Key Points

  1. Narrow, upright, columnar growth
  2. Well-branched
  3. Heat and drought-tolerant
  4. Attracts bees and butterflies
  5. Flowers from late July to early October
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