Lil' Kim™ Rose of Sharon
- Mature Size
- 36 - 48 Inches
Lil' Kim™ Rose of Sharon Hibiscus syriacus
Late summer flowers last for up to three days instead of the typical one of other varieties. Dwarf. Deer resistant. Adaptable.
Container plant, hedge or specimen
Best if planted in well drained soil. Does not like to be extremely wet or dry. Prune in late winter or early spring and apply a shrub fertilizer in early spring for the best show of flowers. Has moderate growth habit.
Say hello to the first dwarf Rose of Sharon! Lil' Kim is unique little shrub with dainty little white flowers punctuated with a showy red eye. The plant appear to be a polyploid because it has thick, dark green leaves and the flowers last for three days instead of the typical one day before falling. Creates many new landscape and garden uses; great for mixed containers, mixed perennial beds or for around decks or entry gardens. Developed by noted plantsman Dr. Shim of South Korea.
People, Places and Plants Magazine listed Lil' Kim as one of the 9 Hot Shrubs for 2008.
Lil' Kim™ Hibiscus syriacus 'Antong Two' PP: 19547 Can. PP: 3399
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