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Hibiscus 'Bleu Brulee' - ROSEMALLOW 'BLEU BRULEE'

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Product Code: HIB-BLE-BRUL
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$10.99

Break-through herbaceous hibiscus hybrid with BLUE-ISH 8" flowers with red eye.

First "blue" selection on the market - the lilac-blue to steel blue is most visible to our eye in the mornings or after the sunset, in direct midday sun, we often see it as lilac-pinkish (more blue cultivars will eventually enter the market soon).

Exotic perennial with compact growth, more narrow and dissected leaves, flowers stay in the upper part of the plant.

Blooming Time: July to September, blooms continuously
Size:
usually
3' tall and wide (but some gardeners reported heigh of 5' too)
USDA Zones:
5 to 9
Culture:
full sun to part sun are the best (tolerates half shade), very adaptable to variety of soils, but the best results (size, blooming)are in moderately fertile to loamy soil. Adapts to most pH.
Moisture Needs:
average (medium) to medium-moist
Origin:
hybrid of several native species, most likely including native Hibiscus moscheutos and Hibiscus coccineus. Part of the Summer Spice serie of compact hybrids, commercionalized by J Berry Nursery in 2018.
Deer/Rabbit Resistant:
yes / yes
Attracts Butterflies or Pollinators:
yes / yes- bee friendly
Attracts Hummingbirds:
yes
Pot Size: square 3.5" x 4" deep perennial pot

Plant combinations: Flower beds, exotic gardens, coastal gardens, rain gardens. This plant has bold structure, so it's the best to use it as an accent plant and combine it with more delicate looking plants with smaller leaves

It can be also planted as a solitaire plant or mixed with true woody shrubs. Due to it's adaptability ("elasticity") can be combined with majority of the common plants - those that grow well in average sunny bed and also with plants that require more moisture.

To point out the best visual companions, lets mention at least - Asclepias incarnata, Helianthus angustifolius and hybrids,  Iris (I. sibirica, I. x lousiana, I. versicolor, I. ensata, I. pseudata, I. virginica), Lobelia, Lysimachia, Mimulus, Persicaria amplexicaulis, Phlox paniculata (with smaller flowers), Phlox maculata, Physostegia, Sanquisorba, Thalictrum, Verbena bonariensis, Veronicastrum and grasses and sedges - Carex, Andropogon gerardii and cultivars, Calamagrostis, Chasmantium, Deschmapsia, Panicum, Pennisetum and Miscanthus (where these two are not invasive).

Can be also used with mounding plants like Amsonia, Baptisia,  Chelone, Hemerocallis (better with smaller flowers) or with lower growing or groundcovering plants (Alchemilla, hardy Geraniums,etc.)

Picture copyright: Dough McKinney, Facebook

Hibiscus 'Bleu Brulee' - ROSEMALLOW 'BLEU BRULEE'

$10.99
 

Break-through herbaceous hibiscus hybrid with BLUE-ISH 8" flowers with red eye.

First "blue" selection on the market - the lilac-blue to steel blue is most visible to our eye in the mornings or after the sunset, in direct midday sun, we often see it as lilac-pinkish (more blue cultivars will eventually enter the market soon).

Exotic perennial with compact growth, more narrow and dissected leaves, flowers stay in the upper part of the plant.

Blooming Time: July to September, blooms continuously
Size:
usually
3' tall and wide (but some gardeners reported heigh of 5' too)
USDA Zones:
5 to 9
Culture:
full sun to part sun are the best (tolerates half shade), very adaptable to variety of soils, but the best results (size, blooming)are in moderately fertile to loamy soil. Adapts to most pH.
Moisture Needs:
average (medium) to medium-moist
Origin:
hybrid of several native species, most likely including native Hibiscus moscheutos and Hibiscus coccineus. Part of the Summer Spice serie of compact hybrids, commercionalized by J Berry Nursery in 2018.
Deer/Rabbit Resistant:
yes / yes
Attracts Butterflies or Pollinators:
yes / yes- bee friendly
Attracts Hummingbirds:
yes
Pot Size: square 3.5" x 4" deep perennial pot

Plant combinations: Flower beds, exotic gardens, coastal gardens, rain gardens. This plant has bold structure, so it's the best to use it as an accent plant and combine it with more delicate looking plants with smaller leaves

It can be also planted as a solitaire plant or mixed with true woody shrubs. Due to it's adaptability ("elasticity") can be combined with majority of the common plants - those that grow well in average sunny bed and also with plants that require more moisture.

To point out the best visual companions, lets mention at least - Asclepias incarnata, Helianthus angustifolius and hybrids,  Iris (I. sibirica, I. x lousiana, I. versicolor, I. ensata, I. pseudata, I. virginica), Lobelia, Lysimachia, Mimulus, Persicaria amplexicaulis, Phlox paniculata (with smaller flowers), Phlox maculata, Physostegia, Sanquisorba, Thalictrum, Verbena bonariensis, Veronicastrum and grasses and sedges - Carex, Andropogon gerardii and cultivars, Calamagrostis, Chasmantium, Deschmapsia, Panicum, Pennisetum and Miscanthus (where these two are not invasive).

Can be also used with mounding plants like Amsonia, Baptisia,  Chelone, Hemerocallis (better with smaller flowers) or with lower growing or groundcovering plants (Alchemilla, hardy Geraniums,etc.)

Picture copyright: Dough McKinney, Facebook

 

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