A Hibiscus plant will add immeasurable beauty to any home garden, with its array of colors giving out fragrances that are enticing and alluring. Hibiscus flower bring rightness and glamor to a home, whether inside the house or outside in the garden.
Just remember to ensure that the soil in the container has excellent drainage , so that the roots of the hibiscus can move around easily.
Temperatures ranging between 60°F – 90°F or 16°C – 32°C.
They are most optimum for the hibiscus, anything lower than that and your plant will not survive. So, bring it indoors during the winter!
In the Hibiscus flowering stage, the hibiscus requires more water.
the hibiscus plant needs a large volume of nutrition in the growing stage. March to October is the crucial period, and this is when you should be using your fertilizer.
The main aim behind pruning is to ensure that you’re getting a beautiful hibiscus for your garden. So, cut around one-third of the longer branches and remove any dead, weak or oddly shaped branches. When hibiscus flower are in their blooming stage, they require large amounts of water. Your hibiscus plant will need daily watering in warm weather. But once the weather cools, your hibiscus needs far less water, and too much water can kill it. In the winter, water your hibiscus only when the soil is dry to the touch.
A growing hibiscus plant needs lots of nutrients in order to bloom well. In the summer, use a high potassium fertilizer. You can either use a diluted liquid fertilizer one a week, a slow release fertilizer once a month, or you can add a high potassium compost to the soil. In the winter, you don’t need to fertilize at all.