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This Cajun Hibiscus has melon colored blooms with a slightly lilac center and white veining. Some blooms can be more of an orange, this bloom photo was taken when the bloom first opened. 

We do sell out of certain varieties as quickly as they come in. We do plan to restock, but we are constrained by what the grower is able to offer each week. If you don't see your favorite in stock right now, please keep checking back!

Our photos are natural and unfiltered, but were taken right when the blooms first opened and were taken under diffused natural light so that the true colors shine. Our hibiscus get full sun and adequate fertilizer. All blooms change during the cycle of bloom life, most are brightest when they first open and slowly change colors as the bloom matures and then slowly fades. 

To keep flowers blooming all summer long, a liquid feed should be applied at half strength every 2-4 weeks.

These are a tropical hibiscus and should be covered or brought in when temperatures dip below freezing.

We sell our Cajun Hibiscus in one gallon containers.  

Cajun Hibiscus - Tiger Rag

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This Cajun Hibiscus has melon colored blooms with a slightly lilac center and white veining. Some blooms can be more of an orange, this bloom photo was taken when the bloom first opened. 

We do sell out of certain varieties as quickly as they come in. We do plan to restock, but we are constrained by what the grower is able to offer each week. If you don't see your favorite in stock right now, please keep checking back!

Our photos are natural and unfiltered, but were taken right when the blooms first opened and were taken under diffused natural light so that the true colors shine. Our hibiscus get full sun and adequate fertilizer. All blooms change during the cycle of bloom life, most are brightest when they first open and slowly change colors as the bloom matures and then slowly fades. 

To keep flowers blooming all summer long, a liquid feed should be applied at half strength every 2-4 weeks.

These are a tropical hibiscus and should be covered or brought in when temperatures dip below freezing.

We sell our Cajun Hibiscus in one gallon containers.