Hibiscus 'Dark Mystery'
Common name: Rose mallow 'Dark Mystery'
The 8-9" whiteish-pink blooms of Hibiscus 'Dark Mystery' feature a vibrant red-eye, lending the petals a 3D effect and creating a captivating display.
The deep green-purple foliage further heightens the vibrant colors.
Slow to emerge, it typically blooms late in mid-summer and continues for weeks.
To promote abundant flowering, young plants should be pinched in early summer.
Highly attractive to butterflies, this hibiscus is also deer resistant, making it the ideal centerpiece in any garden.
Exposure: Full sun
Photos credit & courtesy of Walters Gardens, Inc.