Vibrant Tropical Blooms in Any Climate
The Yellow Tropical Hibiscus Tree adds a rich layer of beauty to your landscape with layers of bright golden, vase-like flowers. And since it can grow anywhere in the country as a patio plant, anyone can enjoy this tropical plant.
The 2-5 inch flowers like to grow on new wood, so prune back branches by 1/3 in the late spring for the best results. Removing dead branches bring out this tree’s beauty. This dwarf tree blooms superior flowers in abundance starting in July and lasts until October. The flowers are edible and are a lovely addition to salads making for a very fancy presentation.
Cold-Hardy and Low-Maintenance
Adaptable to most climates and soils, the Yellow Tropical Hibiscus thrives in full sun and the heat. It is easily transplanted and grows quite quickly to 8 feet high when given lots of sun and water. Disease and pest-resistant, adding a two-inch layer of mulch around its soil every spring helps this tropical hibiscus retain moisture and control weeds.
Eye-Catching in Any Setting
The Yellow Tropical Hibiscus Tree adds interest to that small corner in your garden as a standalone tree, and even thrives in decorative containers that look perfect on patios. Plant it as an informal hedge or screen to add flair to any yard. It works well as a border around your pool or gazebo, too! It makes a lovely indoor vase clipping because it will stay green for a long time… and it even blooms! Grows great in the ground in zones 8-11, but grows in zones 4-11 as a patio plant!