Hibiscus – Airbrush Effect Rose Mallow
As if created by a memorable artist, Airbrush Effect Hibiscus brings a fascinating art deco pattern that looks like it has been spray painted. The gargantuan 8-8½”, vibrant pink flowers are enhanced with salmon tones and have an airbrushed central white halo and a small dark red eye. Overlapping petals create a remarkable three-dimensional look to the flowers. The rich, dark green foliage forms a compact habit.
Airbrush Effect will be the crown jewel in your sunny landscape with its incredibly floriferous show. Lots of flower buds translates to a long season of bloom, so you can enjoy these flowers throughout the season. Use Airbrush Effect as a focal point in your sun garden, as a hedge, a stunning container specimen, or showy background plant. Perfect for a tropical garden effect, it’s looks just like its tropical cousin, yet the flowers are bigger and it comes back year after year.
Plant in full sun, at least 6 hours a day, although with afternoon sun you can get away with a little less. For best results, keep well watered especially when budding and in bloom. Hibiscus are one of the last perennials to emerge in spring, usually first appearing in mid to late spring.