Rose of Sharon Shrubs Ready For Fall Shipping
Plant Rose of Sharon shrubs around the perimeter of your property for view blocking privacy. These hedge shrubs are field grown plants available now for shipping right to your door.
Although the Rose of Sharon bushes will lose their leaves in winter, they continue to make beautiful privacy shrub hedges. A Rose of Sharon hedge is an excellent choice for planting around the swimming pool landscape.
The unusually large tropical like blooms attract hummingbirds, butterflies and bees. Growing in the 6 to 10 foot height range, this hibiscus offers a rainbow of bloom colors.
"The Diana Rose of Sharon is a favorite with our customers. Diana offers large single blooms. Very elegant!" notes Cheryl Jones, President of GreenwoodNursery.com. "Other bloom colors include the Aphrodite, Ardens, Lady Stanley, Morning Star and Lucy. These range in color from deep pink to lavender to red and a white double." Jones goes on to say, "In early summer, give your rose of sharon shrubs a slow release fertilize and they'll grow beautifully and flower their best."
Visit GreenwoodNursery.com for more information on these and other flowering shrubs that will create privacy in your landscape. Subscribe to the Greenwood Nursery gardening newsletter for gardening tips, planting ideas and special announcements.
Greenwood Nursery ships garden plants from their online plant catalog throughout the continental United States. Check out their vast article selection of plants for gardening and landscaping.
An Online Plant Nursery in McMinnville, TN, Greenwood Nursery began in 1978 as a wholesale plant nursery specializing in plant propagation. Online since 1998, they provide a wide selection of shade trees and perennial plants for home and garden. The Greenwood Team is dedicated to helping each customer become a successful gardener.
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