Using Hibiscus in Landscape

These showy plants tend to dominate wherever they are located. Group them in a sunny spot as a focal point, or use them in rows to decorate a wall or fence. Use them along house or garage walls as foundation plantings. Put them at the back of a flower border. Because they grow with dramatic abandon, they can be used in a wild garden or meadow. Their tolerance for salt spray makes them ideal for the seashore.

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