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Hibiscus ‘The Path’ (Hibiscus sinensis)

Hibiscus ‘The Path’ (Hibiscus sinensis)

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4" Pot Size
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Hibiscus ‘The Path’ (Hibiscus sinensis)
The beholder is held in awe when this spectacular hybrid is in bloom. The upright plant is dense with slightly serrated foliage. Its brilliant yellow-edged flowers blend to a rich orange which is often spotted yellow and then blends to deep pink. Its growth is stocky and well-branched. A sunny area is best for optimum blooming. 'The Path' is a prolific bloomer and a good sturdy bush. The blooms mix fuchsia, pink and yellow in a bright way that charms everyone!
Hardiness Zone 10
Bloom Season Everbloomer
Sun Requirement Full Sun
Grows to 2-4'
Minimum Temperature Indoors 60


Tips for Success:

• Sun, sun and more sun.

• They are warm-growing plants and suffer if subjected to
   cool temperatures over extended periods. As a rule, keep
   temperatures above 65°F, especially in the winter.

• Water on visual soil dryness or plant wilt. Severe wilt can hurt
  them. Careful watering is critical during the winter or anytime
  when the light level is low and temperatures are cool.

• Under high light and warm temperatures they are
  heavy feeders 
and need a balanced fertilizer applied
  on a regular basis. A fertilizer like Dyna Gro “Grow” 7-9-5 will
  help induce blooms.

• Flowering varies widely between varieties. Full sun, warm
  temperatures, a balanced fertilizer and careful attention to
  watering will produce the best results for your hibiscus.

  1. A diva, but well worth it! Review by Julie
    How do you rate this product?

    I was given "The Path" by a friend after the gasline to my greenhouse froze in Nov. 2014. "The Path" had a rough first winter, dropping buds and leaves in the uneven temperatures, but after a summer outdoors and a new heater installation in the greenhouse, this plant makes my life beautiful. She's grown up to my chin and is loaded with bud after enormous bud. The shiny, deep emerald leaves and spectacular blossoms--up to 7" across--give beauty for three days, opening slowly, and remaining open for two full days. I don't know what I did without her. Keep her warm (above 60 at all times) and give her sun and slow-release fertilizer and stand back. Wish I could attach a photo! (Posted on 2/5/2015)

  2. Outstanding Blooms Review by Gardener Pete
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    A little slow to get started, but the fully 8" blooms are worth waiting for. Spectacular blossoms! (Posted on 10/17/2014)