Answer: The hibiscus variety called Ann Arundel is actually a hardy perennial that would be planted outside year round in a full sun location with good rich soil and ample moisture, or even damp soil. It grows tall in the course of the summer and produces huge pink flowers, then dies back to the ground over the winter. It emerges late in the spring, so mark the spot where it is planted. You might want to plant them now and keep them well watered while they become established, then apply a heavy mulch over them after they go dormant in the fall. Enjoy your Ann Arundels!
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