By Dave Coulter
There's not many woody plants that flower late in the season, and maybe that is why I think Rose of Sharon is a plant that deserves more attention. It is a medium sized shrub that - in my experience - would be a durable addition for a sunny spot in your garden. It's one for the pollinators: it apparently attracts hummingbirds and the specimen I photographed had a large bumblebee working in the blossoms,
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