Hibiscus syriacus STARBURST CHIFFON 'RWOODS6'

The charm of the Chiffon range with pinky white blooms and deep red stripes

From July to September, the hibiscus STARBURST Chiffon provides elegant and generous blooms. Its large, semi-doubled flowers are a very soft white-red on which are traced beautiful deep red veins that stretch to the limit of the petals. The heart of the flower has folds of creamy white. STARBURST Chiffon forms an attractive, well-balanced and moderately-sized shrub.
This selection can be used in isolation or in bushy flowerbeds alongside others in the CHIFFON range, a reliable summer decoration in the garden.

Trophies:

Bronze Medal Plantarium 2017

Position : sunny sunny

Hardiness : hardy (-20°C) hardy (-20°C)

Foliage : deciduous deciduous

Seasons of interest : summer summer

 
Plant details
Width
1,50 m
Height
2,00 m
Position
sunny
Habit
erect
Hardiness
hardy (-20°C)
Resistance
résiste bien au sec et au calcaire
Foliage
deciduous
Foliage colour
green
Flowering period
summer
Flowering colour
rouge,blanc
Flower size
10 cm
Selected by :

R. I. WOODS
PBR / European PBR :

EU 51520
Protection :

European P.B.R - Protected variety, propagation without license is strictly forbidden

Hibiscus CHIFFON

The varieties of the CHIFFON range with partially petal-shaped flowers of about 10 centimeters in diameter, have a "mousseline de soie" appearance (CHIFFON in English), which gives the plant elegance and lightness.
The wilted flowers don't stay on the plant, they drop off. As early as single flowered Hibiscus, these cultivations with abundant summer flowers are particularly ornamental in the summer.
Vigorous, these Hibiscus, 2 to 3 m high and 1 to 2 m in diameter, are interesting as they keep their branched-out shape. Three varieties: CHINA, LAVENDER and WHITE CHIFFON are distributed by SAPHO.

Licensed propagators
(wholesale)

Garden Tips

Use :

Flower hedges, beds and big containers.

Type of soil :

Grows in normal soil, resists to dry and chalky soils.

Care :

Cut back drastically at the end of winter (keep only 3 - 4 buds per stem), in order to favour abundant flowering and maintain the shrub in moderate size.

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