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Create a tropical paradise with brightly flowering hibiscus plants. Great solo in pots, and planted together into lovely hedges.

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  1. Hibiscus Lollipop

    Hibiscus Lollipop

    Will make a small tree in a warm location, smothered with blooms. Pops of large pink flowers above glossy foliage, ideal for tropical and subtropical gardens.

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  2. Hibiscus 'Summer Love'

    Hibiscus 'Summer Love'

    Warm sunny yellow open flowers with red centres pop from this evergreen shrub. Enjoy it in a pot on your deck, or make a striking hedge to around 2m. Needs a warm frost free location or bringing inside in winter. Learn More
  3. Hibiscus 'Psyche'

    Hibiscus 'Psyche'

    The perfect hibiscus flower shape, just like a million tropical posters and logos come to life. Clear ruby-red flowers with a frilly edge to each petal, summer through to winter, in a sheltered spot. Create your own paradise island! Learn More
  4. Hibiscus 'Pink Chiffon'

    Hibiscus 'Pink Chiffon'

    Delicate deep pink single flowers fading to soft white edges bloom during the warmer months. Beautiful glossy-leaved specimen tree to 3m, or backdrop for contrasting foliage plants such as cordylines and gardenias. Learn More
  5. Hibiscus 'Mrs George Davis'

    Hibiscus 'Mrs George Davis'

    A giant-sized show stopper, the large rose-pink layered blooms summer through winter are just beautiful. Mr Davis is a lucky man. Learn More
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    Hibiscus 'Cairo Red'

    Tropical-looking all-rounder, with classic vibrant red flowers summer through winter, and lush green leaves. Variable height from 1-3m, its naturally rounded shape responds well to clipping into a flowering hedge. Learn More

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