140mm Hibiscus Hybrids 'Klahanie Series'

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Product Description

The 'Klahanie' series has been bred with the courtyard in mind. It features a compact habit that is well branched when pruned, making it ideal for tubs. The longer lasting bloom are huge and are the focal point along with large glossy leaves. There are a wide variety of colours in the range :-
Calypso - large double orange yellow,
Berry Twist - large single raspberry red,
Coconut Ice - pale pink fading to white,
Golden Dream - large double apricot,
Limoncello - large single lemon yellow,
Strawberry Crush - large double strawberry red,
Tangello - large single orange,
Tropicana - large single soft pink fading to peach,
Vanilla - large single white with a pink eye.
Granada - large vivid yellow with white eye.
Banana Split - Large golden yellow with chocolate/red centre
Wild Cherry - large hot pink/cherry
Raspberry Swirl - Raspberry red with white along edge

  • Extra large longer lasting blooms
  • Bred for compact habit
  • Great in pots
  • Excellent range of colours

Product Details

Common Name
Botanical Name
Hibiscus hybrids 'Klahanie Series'
Pot Size (mm)
Fully Grown Height (please specify mtr or cm)
Fully Grown Width (please specify mtr or cm)
Full Sun Position
Part Shade Position
Shaded Position
Sheltered location
Drought Tolerant
Suitable for Hedges
Suitable for Pots
Suitable for Hanging Baskets
Suitable for Garden Beds
Planting Tips
Regular top dressing with a slow release fertiliser and in early spring and summer to boost flowering
Flower Colour
Range of colours red, yellow, orange, white, gold, white and apricot
Foliage Colour
Dark Green
Recommended Planting Months Vic
Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Oct, Nov, Dec
Flowering Months Vic
Jan, Feb, Mar, Apr, May, Nov, Dec

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