Hibiscus syriacus Jeanne D'Arc - Double White Rose of Sharon
Hibiscus syriacus grows 6 to 10 feet in full sun to light shade. The Rose of Sharon is capable of surviving on little or no extra water in a shady nook in the garden but flowering will be exceptionally sparse and the plants look like death warmed over. Even an irregular modest helping of water helps immeasurably. Hibiscus syriacus Jeanne D'Arc is a nectar and larval food source for the Painted Lady Butterfly and the Northern White Skipper and is a great addition to the butterfly garden. Hibiscus syriacus grows to 4 feet or so in a season. Rose of Sharon blooms from late Spring through the Summer. Hibiscus syriacus not picky about soils and is Winter hardy at least into the low teens, my coldest garden.
High resolution photos of Hibiscus syriacus Jean D'Arc are part of our garden image collection.