Hibiscus ‘Ascot Pink’
This plant started Lambley off on its search for frost hardy Hibiscus. We were given it by a neighbouring farmer, Jim Kinnersley, who had grown it for many years. It sails through our minus six degrees frosty winter nights. The huge 20cm wide pink flowers are produced, many to a stem, from January until mid April. Hibiscus 'Ascot Pink' looks splendid in our stock beds planted with Miscanthus transmorrisonensis. 150cm x 100cm.