Altheas or Rose of Sharon are well known as a long-blooming, upright, vase-shaped shrubs. Typically grow 8-12’ tall, but can vary based on variety. Green foliage along upright stems. With a three month bloom time, altheas have a supreme display of color with a range of virtually every flower color based on variety. The de Chantilly cultivar is a shorter variety that features a bloom with white petals complemented by a purple center. They prefer moist, rich soil, but tolerate poor soils and summer drought. Best flower should be in full sun, but will tolerate part shade as well.

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