Hibiscus syriacus ‘White Pillar’ Shrubby Mallow

Hibiscus syriacus WHITE PILLAR ‘Gandini van Aart’

Description: Hibiscus White Pillar is a deciduous shrub with a narrow columnar habit similar to Purple Pillar. Its dark green leaves emerge late in the spring, and then in late July the stunning show of large, semi-double pure white blooms begins, lasting until the end of October. Easy to grow and maintain, but this shrub will appreciate a long, hot summer to produce the best display.

History: Hibiscus syriacus originates in Asia, and has been cultivated in UK gardens since the 16th century. White Pillar was developed in the Netherlands and received the silver medal at GrootGroen Plus in 2015.

Height and Spread(after 10 years): 2m x 1m


  • Leaf colour: Green

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Shrubby Mallow

Tree-like form with slender, upright habit and succession of large, rose-pink flowers with striking purple centres.

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