Rose of Sharon "trees" (Hibiscus syriacus) are actually classified by botanists as shrubs, but they can be trained by pruning them so as to form one main trunk (thereby making them look more like trees). They are beautiful plants, and they are especially useful to gardeners seeking continual color in the landscape, as they bloom late in the growing season when most other shrubs are long past their floral heyday. Plant any of the different varieties of rose of Sharon as a complement to shrubs that bloom in spring and early summer.

Rose of Sharon -7 gallon