1. Burgundy Aquarius Hibiscus
If you want to add a hefty dose of red shades to your landscape, the ‘Burgandy Aquarius’ hibiscus could be a good choice. This plant has stunning burgundy leaves contrasting nicely against all the green often present in landscapes.
2. Coral Hibiscus
Coral hibiscus flowers hang downward, and their petals curl upwards. This creates a unique, perfect appearance if you’re seeking something different. Remember that this is a tropical hibiscus if you plant it!
3. Cranberry Hibiscus
Although cranberry hibiscus has red flowers, this variety is more well-known for its unique foliage. The exact color depends on the type, but many plants have deep maroon or purple leaves that mix green and red.