Pink CHIFFON® Hibiscus syriacus - Rose of Sharon - Proven Winner - 4" pot

MSRP: $17.99
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Product Description

Clear, soft pink flowers. This beautiful new Rose of Sharon has the same flower power and soft, graceful stems of other Chiffon varieties, but with large, soft pink flowers. The distinctive, clear pink of Pink Chiffon is an unusual addition to summer gardens.
  • Pink Chiffon™ Hibiscus 'JWNfour' PPAF
  • Mature Height: 8-12 feet
  • Prefers full sun
  • Late summer blooming
  • Immediate shipping. Size shipped: 4" pot


  • 5
    Pink Chiffon Hibiscus

    Posted by Daryl Maver on May 1st 2022

    Arrived very fast and in perfect shape. Packed very well. I just LOVE Hirts

  • 5
    Beautiful Healthy Plants!

    Posted by Tim Pinson on Mar 4th 2022

    Arrived just in time to go right into the ground. Beautiful leaves out already, and very healthy! Cant wait to see what this beauty will do in my garden!

  • 5
    Beautiful and blooming

    Posted by Meridith on Jun 29th 2021

    Although these are a 4” pot, they have already been pruned. They are multi branched and blooming! After shipping I lost one bud and a couple leaves but they never wilted. They are top heavy being so tall for such a small pot, I did have to repot faster than I wanted to. So excited for next summer’s blooms!

  • 3
    Pink Chiffon

    Posted by Nicole B on Jun 11th 2021

    Plant is very healthy and buds are ready to bloom, which I'm pleased with. The size is much smaller than I thought. Where fig plants I received were the expected pot size at 2.5 inches across the top, the other plants, including the 2 Pink Chiffons were supposed to be in 4 inch containers and they were not. They were possibly 4 inches tall, but maybe 3 inches wide. I am not dissatisfied with the price for the actual size, but just be aware and ready to put them in larger pots immediately. The plants were past ready to be planted, with roots growing out of the bottom in a way that made it impossible for the plants to stand up on their own. But truly they are healthy and appear to be adjusting to their new pots very well. They're a little small to put where I plan for them to be just yet, but I'm sure they'll grow quickly.