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Hibiscus rose mallow 'Giant Maroon'

Hibiscus moscheutos

Giant Maroon is part of the Hibiscus genus and is a Hibiscus rose mallow variety. Its scientific name is Hibiscus moscheutos 'Giant Maroon'. Giant Maroon is known for growing to a height of approximately 96.0 cm (3.12 feet).

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How to grow Hibiscus rose mallow 'Giant Maroon'

full sun,well drained not invasive

Growing Giant Maroon from seed

Transplanting Giant Maroon

Harvesting Giant Maroon

This variety tends to be ready for harvesting by late summer.

Hibiscus rose mallow 'Giant Maroon' information

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