Hibiscus moscheutos 'Pink' is a herbaceous perennial, wetland and very vigorous; native to the wetlands and swamp of the southeastern United States. It can grow up to 2 meters in height and is formed by a woody base from which branch off and starry pubescent stems, which lead ovate-lanceolate leaves of 13-15 cm in diameter. Between July and August produces deep pink flowers, funnel-shaped large can be about 15 cm in diameter. It must be cultivated amidst few cm of water or rich soil, moist and mild, in bright sunlight. The Hibiscus moscheutos is a very hardy plant that can stand the cold.
On sale from March to October, the plants are kept low to allow the shipment.