Quand planter des Althéa ?

Quand planter des Althéa ?

Quand planter des Althéa ?

Le meilleur moment pour la plantation est l’automne, en octobre-novembre, ou le début du printemps entre février et avril. L’Hibiscus syriacus bourgeonne tardivement au printemps, et perd ses feuilles tôt en automne.

Quelle différence entre hibiscus et Althéa ?

Les Hibiscus syriacus appelés plus couramment Althéa ou Mauve en arbre, sont des hibiscus arbustifs qui se plaisent sous nos latitudes, jusqu’au Nord de la France. Ils appartiennent à la famille des Malvacées. Leurs fleurs ont de magnifiques couleurs vives aux accents enchanteurs des Tropiques.

Quand fleurit l’Althéa ?

En haie, en massif ou en isolé, l’althéa vous comblera par la beauté de ses fleurs. La floraison est par ailleurs généreuse et se renouvelle sans cesse de juillet à octobre et novembre lorsque le climat reste doux.

What is an Althea plant?

  • Altheas enjoy the heat and bloom in the summer when most other plants are finishing their flowering season. Althea plants are hibiscus family members with single or double blooms that closely mimic tropical hibiscus blooms and come in a range of hues. These plants are erect, taller than they are wide, and have compact green leaves.

How do you take care of Althea?

  • Althea, also called Hibiscus or Rose of Sharon, is a very decorative shrub. Caring for this plant, from planting to blooming and including watering and pruning, is easy and this will give your althea magnificent flowers. All year round, the shrub must be planted in a soil mix designed for flowering plants, for planting, or any universal soil mix.


What is Althaea officinalis used for?

  • Althaea officinalis. Althaea officinalis, or marsh-mallow, is a perennial species indigenous to Europe, Western Asia, and North Africa, which is used in herbalism and as an ornamental plant. A confection made from the root since ancient Egyptian time evolved into today’s marshmallow treat.

Is Althea a hardy hibiscus?

  • Althea (Hibiscus syriacus), also known as rose of Sharon, is a hardy hibiscus shrub that grows in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 5 through 8, as well as higher zones where temperatures are not extreme. Althea gets up to 12 feet tall with a 6- to 10-foot spread. The shrub is covered in blooms from summer to fall.

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