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Luna Pink Swirl Hibiscus

The improved Luna Series hibiscus is hardy to USDA zone 5 and in cooler climates, they benefit from some light mulch in the winter. The distinctive trumpet-shaped blooms open to a width of 6" to 8". The 3 foot tall by 2 foot wide plants are beautiful single specimen plants, but are also bushy, making very effective borders and hedges. Though a bit pricey they will provide a remarkable experience each year with their many blooms. 

5 seeds




Hibiscus moscheutos

Perennial, zone 5-9

Germination: 10-30 days

Germination Temperature: Optimum soil temperatures 70-80ºF

Seed Planting Depth: Sow on the surface and lightly cover. Soaking seeds overnight aids germination

Starting Indoors: Start indoors 10-12 weeks before the last frost. Provide 70-80ºF soil temperature. Transplant after last frost, 24-36” apart

Sowing Outdoors:  Direct sowing is not recommended

Growth Habit: Upright, branching

Height and Width: 24-36" by 24-36"

Spacing: 24-36" apart

Light Needs:  Sun 

Soil Needs: Fertile, well-drained

Approximate days to flower from seed: 120-130 days

Uses: Bedding plant and containers

Care: Water seedlings regularly until established. Amend soil with compost before transplanting. Mulch to maintain the soil moisture. Water well during dry spells. Hibiscus is slow to emerge from the ground in the spring. Pinch back new shoots to encourage more branching. Deadhead to keep the plant tidy looking. 


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    Anne T.
    United States
    I recommend this product
    Two out of five, not bad

    Tried to start all five hibiscus seeds. Three germinated and two survived beyond 1/2” and are now a foot tall. Don’t expect to see flowers this year, but hope to put into dormancy and reawaken in April. Not as impressive as buying full grown plants, but more satisfying.

    they really worked

    5 out of 5 germination back in January, lost 2 plants to dropping them in the greenhouse but the other three did well and flowered by June. Now the challenge is overwintering them.

    Dale S.
    United States
    Afraid I came up zero

    Afraid I came up zero on these. Between the raccoons and my cats the trays got dumped.