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By Botanical Name

The Botanic name for a plant is its formal Latin name and is accepted worldwide so gardeners from different countries will be able to recognize the same plant. Botanical names are plant specific and eliminate confusion. Referencing a plant by its botanical name will ensure the most accurate information for your search.

The Botanical name includes both the plant genus and species. The first name listed is the genus and refers to the structural characteristics that the plants share. The second name listed is the species and refers to where the plant is native, its appearance, or the person credited to its discovery. Varieties, Cultivars, and Hybrid are additional words used to describe further subdivisions.

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  1. Hibiscus Azurri Satin™ (Rose of Sharon)

    Azurri Satin™

    Starting at: $16.99

    • Rich Blue Flowers With Magenta Veins
    • Does Not Produce Seed
    • Easy To Maintain
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  2. Hibiscus Candide™ (Rose of Sharon)

    Candide™

    Starting at: $16.99

    • Large, Lavender Purple Flowers
    • Blooms Mid Season - Fall
    • Tropical Look That Is Cold Hardy
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  3. Hibiscus Full Blast™ (Rose of Sharon)

    Full Blast™

    Starting at: $16.99

    • Large Tropical Looking Flowers
    • Fast Grower, Up To 3 ' A Year
    • Blooms Earlier Than Rose of Sharon
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  4. Hibiscus Lil' Kim™ Violet (Rose of Sharon)

    Lil' Kim™ Violet

    Starting at: $16.99

    • Intense Pinkish Purple Blooms
    • Miniature Landscape Plant
    • Great in Containers or Landscape
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  5. Hibiscus Ruffled Satin® (Rose of Sharon)

    Ruffled Satin®

    Starting at: $16.99

    • Large Pink &White Bi Colored Petals
    • Full Petals with Ruffled Edges
    • Tropical Look That Is Cold Hardy
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