The hummingbirds will thank you for planting this one! With some of the largest blooms we've ever seen on a Rose of Sharon (Hibiscus syriacus), 'Ruffled Satin' looks more like a tropical hibiscus than the super cold hardy species it is. During summer, this eye-catching beauty boasts LOADS of large, bowl-shaped, rich pink flowers with ruffled pink petals surrounding an intense burgundy color eye. It is sterile so has a low seed set, meaning the plant has more energy available to spend on producing the enormous flowers, not too mention you won't be spraying or pulling up seedlings from all over the place. Get all the details below!