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White Hibiscus syriacus Seeds...Seed from White Rose of Sharon

Common Names: Rose of Sharon
Type: Shrub
Height: 5' to 8'
Spread: 24" to 30"
Flower color: White, single flower
Bloom time: Summer
Light: Full sun or part shade
Zone: 5-9
Water: Average
Soil: Average to Rich
Maintenance: Prune in late autumn to reduce size.
Other info: Takes 3-4 years from seed to bloom. -- only about 20% of my self-sown garden seedlings have produced white flowers. However, the pinks that this plant produces are very beautiful, and this seed item is recommended for pinks as well as whites.

Rose of Sharon
** Hibiscus syriacus white **

Hibiscus syriacus == single flower seeds from WHITE -- may only produce 20% true-to-white:  
(Input number of packets into checkbox == $1.00 per packet)
[20 seeds per packet]
Germination: Easy germination. Start seed indoors 4-6 weeks prior to last spring frost. Sow seeds on good seed starting mix, covering seeds with about 1/4" mix. Moisten mix and keep moist until germination begins. Place container in location at 68-70°F. Seed should begin germinating in 10-20 days.

Informational/Photo Links:
1) Hibiscus syriacus at Dave's Garden
2) Hibiscus syriacus in Wikipedia
2) Hibiscus syriacus at USDA
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