Hibiscus 'Disco Belle' - 10 Seeds - Perennial

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Popular for nearly 200 years and with good reason. Its size and growth habit allow it to be planted near a home or in a border, and its flowers are spectacular! Very useful for late summer to early fall bloom. Slow to begin growing in the spring, but makes up for lost time fast. Hibiscus moscheutos Disco Belle Mixed F1 Hybrid. Hardy Perennial/Half Hardy Annual
Position: Full sun Zones: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. Mature height: 32 inches Hibiscus seed 'Disco Belle' Mixed is spectacular! Flowers 9 inches in diameter with dinner plate-like blooms are produced in an impressive mixture of rich colors approx. 4 1/2 months after sowing. Perfect for creating interest in borders, or as a feature plant on the patio. Sowing Instructions Sowing time: Sow indoors 8 weeks before last frost in peat pots. Flowers mid summer to first frosts. Soak the seed for 1-2 hours in lukewarm water before sowing the seeds onto the surface of a good, free-draining, damp, seed sowing mix. Cover with 15mm (1/16in) of sowing mix or vermiculite. Place in a propagator or seal container inside a plastic bag at a temperature of 24-27C (75-80F). Do not exclude light as this helps germination. Growing Instructions Transplant seedlings when large enough to handle into trays or 7.5cm (3in.) pots. Gradually acclimatize plants to cooler conditions for a few weeks before planting out after all risk fo frost 30-45cm (12-18in) apart. Can also be grown in large pots on the patio or in a conservatory.
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    Hibiscus Disco Belle

    Posted by Donna Pfirman on Jun 7th 2021

    These are awesome. I started the first batch a little too late outside in 2020. This year I planted the 10 Disco Belle Hibiscus seeds. Both times I had 90% germination. The plants are healthy and growing like weeds. They are about 2 feet high. I will transplant when the root system is a bit bigger. I am excited to see what color each is. I do not expect them to blossom this year. Nut if they do, I will be pleadantly surprised. My grandma grew red hibiscus outside on the southwest side of our summer kitchen. I love these because they bring such fond memories of my childhood. The newer genetic hibiscus are pretty and all, but they do not give me the heartwarming feelings I get with heirlooms. I had a difficult time finding seeds. Your prices are great. Thank you!