Hardy Hibiscus 'Summer in Paradise' has brilliant cerise red flowers that open very wide (7"-8") displaying their nicely ruffled petals and deep red centers. The dark green leaves of 'Summer in Paradise' create a dense mound on which the flowers are displayed from top to bottom.
Hibiscus 'Summer in Paradise' is a cultivar of perennial Hibiscus moscheutos, which is native to much of the eastern and southern portions of North America. It is indigenous to low wet areas such as ditches, swamps, marshes, and river and pond edges.
Hibiscus 'Summer in Paradise' prefers full sun to light shade and consistently moist soil. Plants tend to emerge late in spring. Allow stems to remain in fall for winter interest as well as to mark its location.