Purple Hibiscus

$3699

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1-2'

Purple Hibiscus

$3699

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The Vibrant Purple Hibiscus

Purple Hibiscus, also known as Hibiscus sabdariffa or Roselle, is a beautiful shrub that produces deep purple flowers and has a variety of uses.

Appearance

Purple Hibiscus is a shrub that can grow to 96 inches tall and 6 feet wide. It has large, green, lobed leaves, producing stunning, deep purple flowers with a red center. The flowers are bell-shaped and can be up to 4 inches in diameter. The plant also has a fruit that is used in cooking and medicine.

Growing Conditions

Purple Hibiscus is native to tropical regions of Africa but can be grown in many other areas. It also likes well-drained soil and regular watering. The plant can be produced from seeds or cuttings and requires regular pruning to maintain its shape.

Purple Hibiscus Medicinal Properties

Purple Hibiscus has been used for centuries in traditional medicine to treat various ailments. The plant's fruit is high in vitamins which can help boost your immune system and prevent disease. It has also been used to treat high blood pressure, liver disease, and kidney stones. In addition, the plant has anti-inflammatory properties and can help relieve pain and swelling.

Culinary Uses

The fruit of the Purple Hibiscus plant is commonly used in cooking and is a popular ingredient in many dishes. It has a tart, citrusy flavor and can be used to make jams, sauces, and teas. The plant is also used to create a refreshing drink called Hibiscus tea, which is popular in many parts of the world.

In conclusion, Purple Hibiscus is a beautiful and versatile plant with many uses. Whether you are interested in its medicinal properties and culinary services or enjoy its stunning flowers, this shrub will surely impress.

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 The purple hibiscus is a tropical perennial shrub. This plant is both an annual and perennial herbaceous plant growing into small trees or woody shrubs. The plant is renowned for its showy flowers and large trumpet-shaped petals in groups of five or more. In the early summer and early fall, expect to see the shrubs in full bloom.


 Only leafy dark green foliage remains in the late fall and winter. This plant proliferates and can be grown in containers near garden ponds, outdoor living areas, landscape borders, and perennial gardens. It prefers six hours daily in full sun or mostly sunny areas with well-drained loamy, sandy, or silty soil. The soil's pH should be 6-8. It's very resistant to heat. 

The purple hibiscus grows 5 to 6 feet high with a width of 4 to 6 feet. In the wild, they grow up to 32 feet. The shrub grows fast, needs the average amount of watering, and, when planted in a landscape, will draw butterflies, hummingbirds, and songbirds to your garden. To propagate the purple hibiscus, the gardener can plant its seeds and use grafting, cuttings, tissue culture, and air-layering. 

The hibiscus blooms from late June to early August to the first frost. To maintain a healthy-looking plant, thin out the plant regularly. It can't thrive when the foliage is too dense. When grown domestically, their sizes are determined by how they are cared for or if they require pruning. 

The Purple Hibiscus is a robust plant that does well when planted in beds or containers. They may need to be brought inside or adequately sheltered during the winter. In regions that do not have hard freezes, they can be planted directly in the ground and used as shrubbery and borders in landscapes. 

What is most desirable about the Purple Hibiscus is the ample amount of large, beautiful blooms it produces from early spring into the middle of fall.

 

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