Dombeya x ‘Seminole’
Common Name Tropical Rose Hydrangea
Type of Plant Tree
With delicately shaped blossoms of pink and purple hues, this tropical hydrangea is surprisingly hardy. It is a pollinator whose blooms produce a subtle, sweet fragrance and stay in bloom for quite some time. Bred originally in South Florida, this species' parents both originate in Africa and it loves a tropical and sunny position.
Requirements Preferring full sun, Dombeya Seminole should be regularly watered until it is mature. It is highly adaptable to soil types and will grow in sand, clay or loamy soils, with relative drought tolerance once established.
Country of Origin US (South Florida)
Cold Tolerance 30
Sun Needs Full Sun
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