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10 Stunning Companion Plants for Hibiscus


Lantana's colorful clusters of flowers attract butterflies and hummingbirds, adding a vibrant touch to your hibiscus garden.

Canna Lily:

Canna lilies provide tall, dramatic foliage and bright flowers that complement the tropical look of hibiscus plants.


Salvia's spiky blooms in shades of blue, purple, or red create a striking contrast against the hibiscus's large, colorful flowers.


Daylilies offer a wide range of colors and bloom shapes, adding variety and interest to your hibiscus garden.


Coleus's colorful foliage adds a pop of color and texture to the garden, especially when planted near hibiscus with more subtle blooms.

Russian Sage:

Russian sage's wispy blue flowers and silvery foliage create a soft, airy backdrop for the bold blooms of hibiscus.


Bougainvillea's vibrant, paper-like flowers can be trained to climb a trellis or cascade over a wall, complementing the hibiscus's tropical look.

Elephant Ears

Elephant ear plants have large, dramatic leaves that can create a lush, tropical feel when planted near hibiscus.


Verbena's clusters of small, colorful flowers attract butterflies and add a delicate touch to the garden.

Society Garlic:

Society garlic's grass-like leaves and clusters of purple flowers add texture and color contrast to the hibiscus garden.