Luna White Hibiscus

Luna White Hibiscus are dramatic and impressive, producing compact, bushy plants with large eye-catching blooms up to 8″ wide. Pure white petals surround a dark red center. This North American native can be found growing in marshes and along stream beds from the east coast to the central part of the U. S. Blooms pop out from July to September or until the first frost. They are short-lived but new blooms continuously burst open to replace the spent blooms. In late winter trim the stalks back to about 4 inches above the ground and wait for the show to start all over in the spring.

Size: #1G

Spacing: Plant 24″ to 30″ apart.

Height: Grows 30″ to 36″ tall.

How To Grow: Plant in full sun.

Outstanding Features: Large blooms attract butterflies and hummingbirds.

Tips: Cut back dead stems in late winter to promote new spring growth.

Uses: Garden Bed, Containers, Landscapes

Picture © 2001 Ball Horticultural Company

 

2 Responses to “HIBISCUS – Luna White”

  • Donna Frasier:

    I am looking for Easter flowers for our church. Do you have any lilies? We like to use more than just Easter Lilies. We need a mixture and hardy plants that will last for a few weeks in the church.

    Sincerely,
    Donna Frasier

  • jason:

    I’m sorry Donna, but none of our plants are suited for life indoors. Everything we grow would do best outside in a pot or flower bed.

    A good option for you would be Asiatic Lilies but we do not carry those. Try contacting a local florist or garden center that carry tropical plants. They should have some lilies or other options for you.

    Thanks for visiting our website and commenting.

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