Closeup of hibiscus in nature.

By October 25, 2017Articles

Closeup of hibiscus in nature.

By Mary Ellen Ellis Hibiscus varieties are immensely popular in gardening, and range from annuals to perennials, hardy to tropical, and large shrubs to smaller plants. When you understand what all the options are, you can pick the perfect types of hibiscus for your garden. About Hibiscus Plant Types There is a huge variety of hibiscus plants with a lot of differing qualities, but they all have certain characteristics in common. These are plants that produce pretty flowers, although they come in range of colors and may be single or double in form. The flowers on hibiscus varieties only last about one day, but the entire plant flowers for a long season. Thanks to their flowers, all hibiscus plants draw in pollinators, including bees. Varieties of Hibiscus Among the various kinds of hibiscus plants are hardy and tropical specimens, native plants, annuals, and perennials. There are also related plants, like

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