Texas Star Hibiscus

ronald(Z5 MI)October 8, 2005

I WSed several Texas Star Hibiscus and all are up and doing well. In researching I found most data indicates these hardy to zone 6. One source said they were hardy to -15 degrees F. Any zone 5ers sow these and have them survive zone 5 winters?

If so did you mulch them heavy?



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Hello Ron,

Sorry - they are not hardy here. I think they are more of a Zone 6 or 7 plant.

    Bookmark   October 14, 2005 at 9:33PM
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