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Hibiscus Lord Baltimore for Sale Online
Hibiscus Lord Baltimore is valued for its showy late-summer display of enormous red blooms. Lord Baltimore Hibiscus flowers best in areas with long, hot summers. Once the plant starts blooming, new flowers will open each morning. Lord Baltimore forms an upright, bushy mound best suited to the back of a perennial border.
Perennial Hibiscus tolerate average to wet conditions in full sun. It dies back completely to the ground in winter,and new growth is slow to appear in spring, be patient as it really needs the heat to wake up!
Hibiscus Lord Baltimore is valued for its showy late-summer display of enormous satiny blooms. ‘Lord Baltimore’ flowers best in areas with long, hot summers. Hibiscus ‘Lord Baltimore’ forms an upright, bushy mound well suited to the back of a perennial border. ‘Lord Baltimore’ has huge brilliant red blossoms on a tall, bushy plant. Will tolerate average to wet conditions in full sun. Dies back completely to the ground in winter, but new growth is slow to appear in spring, be patient!
|Mature Height:||4-5 Feet|
|Mature Width:||3-4 Feet|
|Water Requirements:||Average to wet|
How to Care for Hibiscus Lord Baltimore
Never plant Hibiscus deeper than originally planted in the pot. Doing so can cause rotting of the stem and death to the plant. Most plants are very drought tolerant; however they grow very slow without adequate water. The one question that comes up often, “when is the best time to plant.”? For the most part, perennials can be planted year around, provided the ground isn’t frozen. Below Virginia many nurseries and landscapers plant year around, weather permitting. When planting ‘Lord Baltimore’, remember the only water source the plant has, is its small root ball, and all the water the plant uses must come from there until new roots can grow into the surrounding soil. Newly planted perennials should be watered twice weekly (Minimum), and under hot conditions possibly more. Care should be taken not to over water. More plants die from over watering than under. Water smart, check the soil moisture by inserting your finger into the loose soil surrounding the root ball and feel for moisture.