HG: Homegrown Column April 11, 2009

PLANT OF THE WEEK: Minerva Rose Of Sharon, Hibiscus syriacus “Minerva” - This lovely shrub is covered in showy, large single lavender-pink flowers that have a dramatic reddish-purple center from mid-summer into the fall. Its ruffled petals give it a very fresh look. Minerva Rose of Sharon can grow 8 to 12 feet tall in an upright to rounded shape, and provides stunning color during the summer months. It is hardy to minus 15 degrees. BESS WYNN/Bookcliff Gardens



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PLANT OF THE WEEK: Minerva Rose Of Sharon, Hibiscus syriacus “Minerva” - This lovely shrub is covered in showy, large single lavender-pink flowers that have a dramatic reddish-purple center from mid-summer into the fall. Its ruffled petals give it a very fresh look. Minerva Rose of Sharon can grow 8 to 12 feet tall in an upright to rounded shape, and provides stunning color during the summer months. It is hardy to minus 15 degrees. BESS WYNN/Bookcliff Gardens

Need your advice on my Rose of Sharon. I’m thinking of transplanting it because it is about 4 feet from an outside door, and I’m concerned it’s going to get too…




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