Minerva Rose of Sharon - Althea - Hibiscus
Minerva Rose of Sharon - Althea - Hibiscus
Minerva Rose of Sharon - Althea - Hibiscus

Rose of Sharon - Shrub Althea - Hibiscus 'Minerva'

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The Hibiscus Syriacus 'Minerva' - 'Minerva' Rose of Sharon, commonly called 'Shrub Althea Minerva' or 'Hibiscus Minerva', is a compact, vase-shaped, dense, multi-stemmed deciduous shrub with broad, ovate green foliage and eye-catching blushed pink, lavender blooms. In late spring, the foliage emerges a pale yellow green that later matures into of lush medium green. From early summer to late fall, this long blooming, vigorous growing shrub is adorned with showy, heavily ruffled, lavender flowers with a blushed pink overlay and a dark crimson throat with protruding, tube-shaped stamens.

Since this cultivar is sterile it will not self-seed without another, but less seeds mean more flowers will bloom. 

Full sun to partial sun.

Attracts birds, bees and butterflies.

Purple flowers, non-fragrant



    This Mineverna Rose of Sharon, Mineverna Hibiscus comes established in a 3 pack of 3.5‚ÄĚ pots

    Light: Does best is full sun (6+ hours of direct sunlight)

    Size: Mature size can reach up to 12’ft high and 10’ft wide.

    Hardiness zones: 5 ‚Äď 8

    Characteristics: Attracts hummingbirds, butterflies and bees. Grows in a dense, vase shaped with a multi-stemmed branches decorated in leathery green foliage and showy, heavily ruffled, purple flowers in early spring.

    Water & Soil: Prefers rich, medium moister, well draining soil. Water daily in extreme heat.

    *Pictures shown are of mature plants and not what you will receive.

    Allow 3'-5' when planting for growth.

    Can easily be trained into a small tree.

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    Hardiness zone for this plant: 5 - 8

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    Rose of Sharon - Shrub Althea - Hibiscus 'Minerva'

    Blooming mid summer are the gorgeous Rose of Sharon, also called Althea shrub or Hibiscus Syriacus. The colorful showy blooms and sweet fragrance entice hummingbirds, butterflies and other pollinators to enjoy their delicious nectar. The Rose of Sharon is very low maintenance requiring only weekly watering once established and pruning only if desired.


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