Indeterminate Hibiscus

Indeterminate Hibiscus
  • Posted September 2, 2013

Indeterminate Hibiscus Provide a Multitude of Blooms

New to the category of “More, more, and more!” is indeterminate Hibiscus. Many have heard of indeterminate and determinate with regards to tomatoes, but Hibiscus?? In the case of Hibiscus, indeterminate means a succession of blooms from midsummer into autumn with an abundance of flower buds, in multiple locations on each stem, not just at each tip.

Indeterminate Hibiscus offer season spanning impact and style in gardens or containers:

  • Their huge blooms are the epitome of the tropical look so popular for summer combos.
  • They transition well from season to season as a companion to popular annuals and perennials.
  • Their large, lush leaves work as filler or backdrop before, during and after blooming.
  • Dark leaved varieties, such as ‘Midnight Marvel’ tie especially well to the arrival of autumn color in the trees and cheery mums on the front porch.

Check out the stunning Indeterminate Hibiscus varieties from Walter’s Gardens at Perennial Resource:

Hibiscus 'Berrylicious' PPAF CPBRAF
Hibiscus 'Jazzberry Jam' CPBR4255Hibiscus 'Midnight Marvel' PPAF
Hibiscus 'Party Favor' PP22250
Hibiscus 'Summer Storm' PP20443 CPBRAFHibiscus var. 'Cranberry Crush' PP21984 CPBRAF

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Indeterminate Hibiscus