Yellow Tropical Hibiscus

Sunny Wind Tropical Hibiscus has large blooms that are bright yellow with dark red in the center. The Wind series of hibiscus can have dense, compact, glossy green foliage with large 4 to 6 inch blooms that attract nectar-loving critters. Because they are more vigorous than the Breeze series, Wind are more well suited for use in large pots and in landscapes.

Tropical Hibiscus can be planted in pots or directly into the flower bed. They prefer full sun and well-drained soil. They can take the heat, being tropical plants. What they can’t take is the cold. If you want to keep them for more than one season, you can move them indoors to over-winter.

Size: #1G

Spacing:Plant 36″ to 48″ apart.

Height:Grows 24″ to 36″ tall.

How To Grow:Plant in full sun,

Outstanding Features:Large blooms in bright attractive colors that will brighten your patio or landscape.

Tips:Tropical Hibiscus are not hardy in most northern zones and will need to be over wintered or replaced the following year.

Uses: Garden Bed, Containers, Landscapes


3 Responses to “Sunny Wind (Yellow) Tropical Hibiscus”

  • Nancy:

    I was given this tropical hibiscus, sunny wind, that came from your company. I have had flowers on it from June 1 to now (almost September) I have kept it inside in a very sunny location. Will it flower all year if I leave it in the house?

  • Jason:

    Hi Nancy! Thanks for visiting our website. Your hibiscus can keep flowering all winter if you keep in it a sunny location which it sounds like you have and if you keep it fertilized. You will need to fertilize it once a month with a time release fertilizer like Osmocote or once a week with a Miracle Grow type. Hope this helps and let us know if you have any more questions.

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