Tag Archives: Hibiscus

Hardy Hibiscus: Tropical Flare in the Midwest Garden

Tropical style is all the rage right now. Caladiums fly off the benches. Cuttings of rare specimens sell for unimaginable sums. Monsteras have made 'fenestration' a household term. This is all well and good, but there is only one true queen when it comes to tropical flare in the Midwest landscape, and her … Continue Reading ››

Hardy Hibiscus and Russian Sage

This time of year there are so many wonderful perennials blooming it's hard to pick some to highlight.  The perennial hibiscus (Rose Mallow) is a great addition to your perennial garden.  It provides the height needed for the middle of the garden or the back - depending on how your garden is arranged but once … Continue Reading ››