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2021: The year of the Hardy Hibiscus
2021: The year of the Hardy Hibiscus

Summerific Cranberry Crush is shorter than Holy Grail reach only 4 feet tall. The fiery scarlet blooms and deep green maple-like foliage create an exotic contrast.

2021: The year of the Hardy Hibiscus

Summerific Spinderella is also new in 2021 and creates a wow not only with its blend of colors but the illusion that it is spinning in the garden.

2021: The year of the Hardy Hibiscus

The Summerfic Holy Grail hibiscus, which was photographed in June, shows the tropical looking feel of the large, deep-red flowers.

2021: The year of the Hardy Hibiscus

Summerific French Vanilla is new to the market this spring and offers a most rare color to add to the perennial garden. Photos by Norman Winter

2021: The year of the Hardy Hibiscus

The National Garden Bureau has declared 2021 The Year of the Hardy Hibiscus and The Garden Guy thinks this is absolutely terrific. Actually, I would go a-step further and say it is Summerific. The hardy hibiscus the ‘Bureau’ is referring to are those with native DNA. You may not be aware ...

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