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Diana Hibiscus or Diana Rose of Sharon –
Hibiscus syriacus or Althea frutex 'Diana' (latin)
Creator: Dr Donald Egolf in 1963.
Adult Dimensions: Height up to 2.5 m (8.2'), width up to 2 m (6.6').
Foliage : deciduous.
Soil Type: Avoid extremes.
Hardiness: Becomes hardy with age (to -16°C). Protect from frosts in early years, very resistant to pollution.
Exposure: Full sun.
Characteristics and Uses:
Very beautiful abundant flowers from June until the first frosts. Cutting back should be done at the end of winter to encourage flowers. Plant alone or in a group or in a mixed flowering hedge. Can be shaped such as into a standard and is perfect for small or large gardens.
POTTING COMPOST: Suggested use Bougainvilleas, Crotons, Cycas, Cyclamens, Dumb canes, Dragon trees, Tree ivy, Ficus, Ferns, Gardenias, Hibiscus, Busy Lizzie, kalanchoes, Ivies, Jasmin, Marantas...
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