Hibiscus Lord Baltimore Seeds and Plants at Burpee.com... Strikingly beautiful 10" red flowers grab attention from across the garden. It loves the heat of summer and prefers full sun to partial shade and moist to wet soil conditions.
Looking for plants that can withstand the tough Texas heat and dry soil? Our top picks for tough plants include Lacey Oak, Texas Gold and Hibiscus. They will add color to your flower garden and survive throughout the summer.
Lysimachia punctata - Plants form a bushy, fast-spreading clump of green leaves, with loose spikes of bright-yellow starry flowers appearing in early to mid summer. In the border this will need to be reduced in size every year or two in order to keep from taking over. Tolerates shade under trees, with regular summer watering. Attractive to butterflies. Nice for cutting.
Rose, Falstaff TM Perfumed with a rich old rose fragrance. Falstaff’s exquisite cupped double-blooms are thronged with interfolding petals that converge at the center. Rich, dark crimson blooms transition to sense-drenching purple. Strong, bushy, upright plants will reward summer pruning