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Summerific® Cranberry Crush Hardy Hibiscus Plant

Your price: $13.26
  • Swamp Rose Mallow, Perennial Hibiscus, Hibiscus moscheutos
  • Height: 3-4 feet
  • Hardiness Zone: 4-9
  • Bloom Time: July, August
  • Exposure: Full Sun (6+ Hours)
  • Each Quart contains 1 Summerific® Cranberry Crush Hibiscus
Plant Features

Summerific® Cranberry Crush Hardy Hibiscus Plants produce large 7-8 inch, deep scarlet flowers that spring from buds that are almost black. It offers a full, compact growing habit with more prolific blooming than some hibiscus varieties. It is an indeterminate bloomer, which means that it bears flowers at nodes all along the flowering stems, not just at the top. The leathery, maple-ish leaves are glossy and deep green with slightly purple overtones. Hardy Hibiscus plants thrive in full sun locations with moist-wet, nutrient rich soil. Stems should be cut back in late winter. They are late to break ground in the spring.

Proven Winners® Summerific® 'Cranberry Crush' Hibiscus hybrid USPP 21,984, Can 4,254

Attribute name Attribute value
Plant Needs
Sunlight 6+ hours
Soil Moisture Moist to Wet
Soil Properties Well-drained
Tolerates Clay soil
Fertilizer When transplanted and then once every Spring
Attribute name Attribute value
Plant Characteristics
Height Category Tall
Mature Spread 4-5 feet
Habit Upright
Flower Color Red
Foliage Color Green
Attracts Bees
Features Heat tolerant
Garden Styles Cottage Garden, Tropical Garden, Wetland Garden
Plant Used for Aesthetic Appeal, Borders and Edging, Focal Point, Healing and Medicinal, Thriller
Critter Resistance Deer
Pet Friendly Yes
Plant Type Hybrid

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Summerific Cranberry Crush Hardy Hibiscus Plant

Another Beautiful Hardy Hibiscus Plant to add to my other ones

From Vicky | August 16, 2021


Planted in spring 2020 and just ordered 4 more. The blooms of this plant are beautiful and prolific!

From Christina | August 01, 2021


Hibiscus were packaged really good. Plants were very healthy looking.

From Jim | June 14, 2019

Hardy Hibiscus 🌺

The plant came well pack with no damage. The delivery was quick and on time. The online shopping experience was easy and understandable. I will definitely be back to shop and recommend GrowJoy to all my family and friends

From Michael | August 09, 2018


Love it, can't wait for it to bloom!

From Terra | August 04, 2018

Cranberry Crush Hibiscus

We put the bare root plant in the ground and within 3 days it began to sprout and is growing fast. Can't wait to see it full grown.

From anonymous | April 29, 2016

here I am again

Here we are 3 years later & this plant is still blooming on Oct. 1st!! It overhangs the neighbor's fence & they want want one for themselves next year! Blooms are bigger and so is the bush - over 5' tall x 4' wide, with blooms this year 8-9". LOVE IT!

From Andrea | September 30, 2013

Nice Looking Plants!

I will say that I received my shipment here in Florida and am looking forward to trying this hardy variety of Hibiscus here. Had great success with them in NJ but the long rainy summers of Florida could be a challenge for them here.

From Patricia | March 19, 2013

Happy gardner here

I was slow in giving a review on this order. But for my first plant from GrowJoy  I could not believe how wonderful this Cranberry Crush Hibiscus was. The size was outstanding and packing the best I ever seen.

From James | October 27, 2012

Nice Plant

This Hibiscus plant arrived in very nice condition and was ready to put in the ground or into a larger pot. I'm looking forward to seeing it bloom next season.

From Linda | September 20, 2012

awesome Hibiscus!

The Cranberry Crush Hibiscus was sent to me as a bare root in place of something they were out of stock with when I put in my 2011 order. I was amazed that in 1 month it was almost full sized and the blossoms were totally INCREDIBLE! It is mid June in zone 7 and all the Hibiscus are getting ready to bud. One thing here in Long Island is that no matter where I get my perennial Hibiscus from, they are victim to Saw Fly Larvae. It's a quick fix from the local garden center however, so as soon as I catch the long hole patterns, I dose them once and they're all good to go. LOVE these, I have 5 now!

From Andrea | June 20, 2012