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Blue Satin Hibiscus

WESTON WHOLESALE BLOG

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Blue Satin Hibiscus has a large, single, rich blue flower and is certain to draw attention to your home. It is my favorite of all hibiscus due to the strong growing, uniform variety and an unusual blue petal color. It grows well in any soil in our state and can be pruned to any desired height. Blue Satin Hibiscus can be planted in your foundation planting or in a border. The flowers will attract butterflies and will bloom for 4 weeks in late summer.

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