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Cranberry Crush Hibiscus


  • 85700
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  • $9.99 $34.99

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  • Light

    Sun to Part Shade
  • Size

    #1 Plant
  • Zone

    4 to 9
  • Bloom Time

    Mid Summer to Early Fall
  • Height

    4'
  • Soil Requirement

    Prefers well drained soil, but will tolerate heavier soils.
  • Deer Resistant

We'll carefully pack and ship your order at the proper planting time for your hardiness zone.

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Description

Nearly black buds open to huge, glossy, 7–8" burgundy blooms that overlap. The maple-like foliage provides a dramatic backdrop. Part of the acclaimed Summerific® Hibiscus series.

Nothing makes a bold statement in your garden quite like the glorious hibiscus! Lush foliage and enormous blooms in vibrant colours create a tropical look just about anywhere. Irresistible to hummingbirds, hibiscus will bloom again and again throughout the season and are very easy to care for—just sit back and relax in your very own backyard oasis!Hibiscus 'Cranberry Crush' PP21984 CPBR 4254

Details

  • Botanical NameHibiscus SUMMERIFIC® var. 'Cranberry Crush' PP21984 CPBR4254
  • FormPerennial
  • Hardiness Zone 4 to 9
  • Flowering TimeMidsummer to early fall
  • Light RequirementsFull Sun, Partial Shade
  • Flower ColorNearly black
  • Flower Form7-8" rounded overlapping petals
  • Foliage TypeMaple-like thick, leathery leaves
  • Growth RateFast
  • Height/Habit4'
  • Spread4 - 5 feet
  • Planting InstructionsDig a hole deep enough to accommodate the roots without bending them. Roots should be just below the soil surface with the crown at the soil level.
  • Soil RequirementsPrefers well drained soil, but will tolerate heavier soils.
  • Will TolerateClay Soil, Loamy Soil, Sandy Soil
  • PruningNone, except to prune into desired form

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To promote optimum stress protection in transit and your success in the garden, bareroot perennials are kept in the ground in our nurseries until fully dormant. In the Fall these plants tend to arrive at the later end of the shipping window above.

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Bulb and perennial shipments direct from Holland are harvested in July and August dependent on the season and crop. Once fully inspected and packaged they are shipped direct to you in the most efficient manner to follow the dates above.

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Please note that we cannot ship outside the 48 contiguous states.

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Customer Reviews

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lovin'hybiscus
May 18, 2012 | By BRENDA J.
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I have 2 of these and I love them. I want more for gifts.
Cranberry Crush hardy Hibiscus: Descrip.+Pix
Feb 11, 2014 | By Elwood O. Jones
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"Judging by the Photo(s) & Description; This is a keeper (to be brief)! Still searching for Southern Belle in pink, with ruby throats! I highly recommend Southern Belle. Had a pink 1 for well over 12 years & received numerous compliments. Thanks BRECK'S! E+"
Love this plant !
Jul 27, 2015 | By Nancy Ribe
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I put this in 2 years ago and Love it so much. The flowers are giant and for the most part the deer leave it alone. I will need to transplant it this year; Does anyone have experience or information on how best to do that?
Lovin' hibiscus
Nov 7, 2016 | By Sandra Homan
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To Love This Plant: If you live in the northeast, I have usually cut down the hibiscus in late October leaving just about 1-2 inches of the branches sticking up. I have dug up the whole plant, roots and all and have transplanted it at that time of year and covered it over with leaves to protect the roots from the cold after planting. In the spring you will notice green shoots starting to come up out of the ground. When it warms up you can brush away the leaves so the sunshine can help it to grow. This will be your new plant for that year. It does work, because I did it myself. Be sure to dig a hole big enough to encompass all of the roots and keep the crown near the surface of the soil. Good luck.
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