Hibiscus ‘Moy Grande’

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Plant Information:

Botanical Name:  Hibiscus ‘Moy Grande’

Common Name: Moy Grande Hibiscus

Family: Malvaceae

Origin: Hybrid

Type: Perennial

Size: 60"h x 60"w

Exposure: Sun

Zones: Zone 5-9

Butterflies: No

Hummingbirds: No

Container Size: Large Pot Band

Most people understand that “Muoy Grande” is Spanish for “very big “. However, Moy Grande is a hardy hibiscus cultivar with perhaps the largest flowers ever developed. It was bred by Dr. Ying Doon Moy at the San Antonio Botanical Garden, and sports enormous 12” diameter rose-pink blooms. This hardy perennial lights up the garden each day, summer through fall with an incredible amount of color. Hybridized from hibiscus species native to America (Hibiscus grandflorus x Hibiscus moscheutos ‘Southern Belle’), Moy Grande is an easy to grow knockout for the garden.