- Nov 26, 2012
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Rose of Sharon seems like a really hardy plant - not sure what category it is in, but my mom's looks like a tree, lol. I love these "plants".
I don't know where you are located claudine, but I have one growing in zone 5. We get to -10 sometimes, and 100 in the summer..
Rose of Sharon seems like a really hardy plant - not sure what category it is in, but my mom's looks like a tree, lol. I love these "plants". View attachment 317View attachment 318
I don't think the flowers have much smell. They were pretty but oh my gosh the seedlings are everywhere!!! Claudine I will probably be able to send you a bunch of small shoots come spring time I will let you know when they start. I usually go around spraying weed killer on them there are so many. They grow really fast. I dug them out this last fall and the fall before that I cut them way back and they grew back to the same height they were before I cut them. If you know of anyone that has these plants you should be able to dig up the small seedlings.
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