of Sharon, Hibiscus, Syriacus, isn't a rose
but its large and nectar atract from hummingbirds and tiny insects.
on this shrub (rose
of Sharon it's a shrub) including whitwe, pink, red and pyurple colors (in my contry Roumania - South East Europe predominant is red variety so if you want send me a some seeds
I thanks-ful). Hibiscus Syriacus it's a perennial woody shrub who blooming late summer to early fall. hibiscus Siriacus it's native from pakistan and claming full sun.
the culture a rose
of Sharon is propagated primarily by rooted stem cuttings, but also by seeds
. Prefer moist, well drained soils suplemented with organic matter in full sun, but is very adaptable to various soils, soil pHs, soil compact dought and pollution (and ist therefore urban tolerant).seed
collection is easy. Allow the flowers
to fade, do not shear back or prune the bush after flowering. seed
pods are somewhat tear-shaped, fat and nearly an inch across, immature pods are medium green. When mature they turn dusty brown and split apart with a star shaped opening. Remove the mature pods and allow to dry for a few days to ease with seed
removal. Several dried pods can be placed in a tightly lidded plastic container to be shaken, the rattling will loosen and release the seeds
from the pods.