If you’re looking for a head-turning rose of Sharon to spruce up your landscape, you’ve come to the right place. You’ll find a range of rose of Sharon for sale at Nature Hills Nursery, with specialty options you can’t find elsewhere.
We sell tree-form Rose of Sharon (Hibiscus syriacus) that has been carefully crafted by our plant specialists. We select the world's best-known Rose of Sharon varieties and unite them on a tall standard trunk.
These grafted shrubs become a petite flowering tree. One of the benefits of a tree-form rose of Sharon bush is the ability to study the tropical blooms closer to eye level.
You may hear the nickname Althea used to describe Rose of Sharon. No matter what you want to call them, professional garden designers count on these extravagant bloomers to deliver a:
Why not have fun with your garden? Plant one of each color in a cute, curved row near your patio seating as a command performance.
Starting in mid-summer, Rose of Sharon blooms steal the show. These prolific bloomers add a wonderful color kick at a time when there aren't many other flowering shrubs or trees.
Blooms keep coming through fall for a long-lasting display. Mix and match your favorites from our collection for a soft, pretty garden.
The Chiffon® series from Proven Winners® features fluffy Rose of Sharon flowers that set very few seeds. Each is adorned with a lacy center to create an anemone-like bloom.
Rose of Sharon leaves are fine-textured and dark green. The foliage helps set the stage for the pretty blooms.
They'll look like a million bucks but won't cost you much time. In fact, Rose of Sharon Hibiscus is one of the easiest plants to grow, even for beginners.
Where is the best place to plant Rose of Sharon trees?
Plant your rose of Sharon tree in full sun to enjoy the boldest blooms. They flower best with at least six hours of direct sunlight.
Well-drained soil that doesn't stay soggy is important. Don't forget the Nature Hills Root Booster for a lifetime of symbiotic support.
Rose of Sharon care includes watering them on a consistent basis for best results. Fertilize in spring using a formula for flowering shrubs.
How do I prune my Rose of Sharon tree?
Prune as needed to shape in early spring. Develop a pruning plan before you start.
Make your pruning cuts at a 45-degree angle, just above an outward-facing bud. Remove any crossing branches and remove branches that head into the center of the canopy, too.
When you buy Rose of Sharon from Nature Hills Nursery, you'll be helping support a responsible online grower and shipper. We are proud to be the first online plant nursery to use Plant Sentry™ to stop shipments of any regulated plant material into sensitive areas.
Our customers love these beautiful plants. Please place your order as soon as you see our Rose of Sharon trees in stock. They sell out quickly and you don’t want to miss out.
You can place your order at any time, knowing we won’t ship your plants until the time is right for planting them in your area. Browse the attractive selection of rose of Sharon trees for sale at Nature Hills Nursery and place your order today.