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Tropical Hibiscus - A Swirl of Color


At Logee’s, we have an extensive collection of Tropical Hibiscus. Simply put, you can grow these floral beauties in your home year-round. Most of the varieties we grow are everbloomers and this week they were blooming their heads off – one after another with rich colors and swirls of delight!


Hibiscus ‘Bon Temps' - Yellow ruffled edges with a pink center brightens up the day
Hibiscus ‘Bon Temps’ - Yellow ruffled edges
with a pink center brightens up the day
 
Hibiscus ‘High Voltage’ – The deep burgundy center and soft pink to dusky lavendar rings demand attention
Hibiscus ‘High Voltage’ – The deep burgundy
center and soft pink to dusky lavendar rings demand attention



Hibiscus ‘Chad’ – Alternating pinwheels of fiery color are abundant, especially when grown in full sun
Hibiscus ‘Chad’ – Alternating pinwheels of fiery color are abundant, especially when grown in full sun
Hibiscus ‘Electric Blue’ – Although mostly pinkish-red, the bloom has a unique cast of blue overtones
Hibiscus ‘Electric Blue’ – Although mostly pinkish-red, the bloom has a unique cast of
blue overtones



Hibiscus ‘Molten Lava’ – Named for its mottled reddish-orange presence, Molten Lava never ceases to amaze the eye
Hibiscus ‘Molten Lava’ – Named for its mottled reddish-orange presence, Molten Lava never ceases to amaze the eye
Coined “Dinner Plate” Hibiscus, this one lives up to its name
Coined “Dinner Plate” Hibiscus, this one lives up to its name



Hibiscus ‘Creole Lady’ - The overlapping ruffled peach petals and inner silvery white inner petals gives elegance a new name
Hibiscus ‘Creole Lady’- The overlapping ruffled peach petals and inner silvery white inner petals gives elegance a new name
Hibiscus ‘Cajun Blue’ – Bluish-lavendar color is unique in the world of Hibiscus
Hibiscus ‘Cajun Blue’ – Bluish-lavendar color is unique in the world of Hibiscus
 


Caring for Hibiscus is easy. If you are not in Zone 10, then you will need to bring your Hibiscus inside when the weather drops below 60 degrees F. Otherwise, grow in full sun and give a balanced fertilizer once a week. Interpreted that means use 7-9-5 or 15-15-15 and give 1/4 tsp. per gallon of water during the highest light of summer.

As day length shortens and the weather isn’t as warm cut down on the fertilizer frequency. So maybe every other week in the fall and then when winter comes, stop feeding altogether. Unless of course you are able to grow these tropical hibiscus in warm year-round weather. Then, keep up with fertilizing regularly



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