Hibiscus syriacus 'Admiral Dewey'
Hibiscus syriacus 'Admiral Dewey' is an stunning cultivar with a white double-form flower often with a dark maroon throat. It flowers from July onwards and is fully hardy although emerging new foliage in Spring can be scorched by a late frost.
|Synonyms||Althaea frutex, Hibiscus arborescens, Hibiscus chinensis, Hibiscus floridus, Hibiscus rhombifolius, Hibiscus syriacus var. micranthus, Hibiscus syriacus var. syriacus, Ketmia arborea, Ketmia syriaca, Ketmia syrorum|
|Geographical Origin||Horticultural cultivar. Type species from Asia|
|Cultivation||Full sun. Fertile, well-drained soil, Warm, sheltered, sunny location. Water and feed well throughout the growing season. Prune to shape as needed|
|Hardiness||Hardy. Deciduous. Protect new foliage from late frosts|
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