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Hibiscus Tree Seminole Pink

From $54.99

  Light: Full Sunlight

  Pet Friendly: Yes

Seminole Pink Hibiscus Tree

The Seminole Pink Hibiscus graces gardens with its soft and enchanting pink petals, creating a vision of delicate beauty. This variety embodies the elegance and charm of pink hues, and its flowers, reminiscent of watercolor strokes, bring an artistic touch to outdoor spaces. The Seminole Pink stands as a symbol of grace and sophistication, making it an excellent choice for those who appreciate the subtlety and allure of pink-flowered hibiscus trees.

Light Pink Hibiscus Plant

Hibiscus Tree Care

 Hibiscus rosa-sinensis

Full Sun Please!

The Seminole Pink Hibiscus tree does best in temperatures from 60 to 90°F. Hibiscus plants cannot tolerate freezing temperatures. They do best with full sun to partial shade, but prefer 6-8 hours of direct sunlight.

While you may assume that a tropical plant like the hibiscus loves the sun, it’s more nuanced than that. In northern climates, your hibiscus plants will probably be happiest in full sun. However, if you live somewhere that’s more hot and dry, you’re better off putting your plant in a location that gets partial shade. If your outdoor plant is consistently producing hibiscus flowers, it is happy, so keep doing what you’re doing. If your plant is not producing buds and flowers, try moving it into an area that has more sunlight.

Tropical hibiscus is a thirsty plant and will thrive and produce blossoms only if it is given enough water. Depending on the heat, wind, and humidity in your environment, your plant may need to be watered daily, or even twice a day in extremely dry conditions. Typically, tropical hibiscus plants thrive best with 1 to 2 inches of water per week.

The Seminole Pink Hibiscus Tree is rated for Zones 9 to 11. Make sure to bring your hibiscus inside if a freeze is headed your way! Find your zone here

The seminole pink hibiscus tree is pet friendly, check it out

Light Pink Hibiscus Tree FAQ

Caring for a hibiscus tree involves providing it with the right environmental conditions. Ensure it receives adequate sunlight, preferably full sun in northern climates or partial shade in hot and dry regions. Consistent watering, tailored to the plant’s hydration needs, is crucial. Monitor flower production as an indicator of its well-being, adjusting sunlight exposure accordingly. Fertilize during the growing season and protect the plant from frost in colder climates.

Hibiscus trees can reach varying sizes, typically ranging from 6 to 15 feet in height, depending on the specific variety and growing conditions. Regular pruning can help manage the size and shape of the tree. Prune hibiscus trees during the late winter or early spring before new growth begins. Remove dead or damaged branches and shape the tree as desired. Pruning encourages healthy growth and enhances flowering.

Pruning a hibiscus tree involves strategic removal of branches to promote optimal growth and flowering. Use sharp, clean pruning shears to cut back dead or damaged branches. Additionally, shape the tree by selectively trimming branches to achieve the desired form. Pruning is best performed during late winter or early spring, allowing the tree to focus energy on new growth.

Hibiscus plants are attractive to a variety of pollinators, including bees and butterflies. The vibrant and showy flowers of the hibiscus tree, with their rich nectar source, act as a magnet for these pollinators. Bees, in particular, are drawn to the sweet nectar, facilitating the pollination process as they move from flower to flower. Creating a pollinator-friendly environment, hibiscus trees contribute to the overall health of the garden ecosystem.


No false advertising. We use 1 Gallon (6 Inch), 3 Gallon (10 Inch), and 7 Gallon (14 Inch) pots or for hanging baskets we offer 10Inch or 12Inch diameter baskets. Want a plant to liven your home? A green friend to add to your garden, porch, or landscape? Check out our tropical plants!

We care. When you order from Tropical Plants of Florida, your order is not carelessly thrown in a box. First your plant is hand picked from our field by our experts. Then, it is prepped for shipping where we carefully wrap the base to ensure minimum soil spillage while your plant travels to you. After this a recycled paper sleeve is placed around your plant. If your plant is traveling to a colder climate, it gets extra special attention with a recycled blue jean plant-blanket for the ride.

Our promise. Our goal is to ship quality plants. If your plant has gone through our care filled shipping process and come out injured, TPoF is here for you. Please contact us as soon as possible with pictures of your plant.  

We offer shipping availability to all states excluding Alaska and Hawaii.



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