Plants of the Week of July 27th
Tie Dye Hibiscus is a sun loving, high blooming perennial that loves our hot weather. The hotter the better as far it's concerned. Tie Dye starts blooming in July and goes until the weather cools down. Again it needs at least 6 hours of sun preferably in the afternoon. It is a medium water user like a rose bush, but can be used as a bog plant on pond shelf. So if you have wet spot in full sun this is your plant. Reaches about 4 to 5 feet tall and wide.
Last Man Standing Daylily is a non yellow daylily that has large blooms in July. It likes full sun to partial shade. Last Man Standing gets 26 inches tall and about 3 feet wide. The color is outstanding with light and dark pink colors. It does re-bloom but it is a short season of July. Great to mix with lavender or catmint for a color contrast.