Category Hibiscus

Chinese Hibiscus (Hibiscus Rosa-Sinensis) Quick Care Tips
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Chinese Hibiscus (Hibiscus Rosa-Sinensis) Quick Care Tips

Chinese hibiscus the common name for Hibiscus rosa-sinensis and it is both an exciting and rewarding plant to grow.They are capable of performing beautifully for gardeners in every climate. Whether you grow them as house, greenhouse or garden plants.The hibiscus plant with their varied, exotic blooms are ideal for floating in bowls or just enjoyed sitting on the patio.

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10 Beautiful Hibiscus To WOW Your Patio

Image: Simple Pleasures – Hidden Valley HibiscusThe hibiscus… Over the past few decades the hibiscus has become a popular spring plant and a perfect addition to a patio. Most are familiar with the red or pink varieties – but the hibiscus color landscape is changing.To broaden your hibiscus horizons we present 10 beautiful hibiscus to check out.
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Pruning Hibiscus: How And When To Prune Hibiscus For Best Growth

Hibiscus brings an abundance of flowers and a tropical feel to any setting.There are many varieties of Hibiscus; some are tropical (USDA hardiness zones 9 and above), and some are hardy or native to the United States (USDA hardiness zones 4 and above).Pruning benefits all varieties, but depending upon the variety you have and the way you plan to keep it, pruning timing and technique may vary.
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Hibiscus Moscheutos Care: All About Growing Swamp Mallow

Hibiscus Moscheutos Hi-BIS-kus Mos-KEW-tos is a flowering plant species from the family Malvaceae.These perennial, cold-hardy, native plants are often grown in larger colonies along wetlands and riverine systems in different parts of the United States.It is mostly native to North America, and South to Florida and Ontario.
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Hibiscus Coccineus: Texas Star Hibiscus Plant Growing And Care

Hibiscus coccineus hi-BIS-kus, kok-SIN-ee-us is a hardy hibiscus plant with woody stems and foliage resembling Cannabis sativa.People call H. coccineus one of the following common names:Scarlet rose mallowScarlet rosemallowScarlet hibiscusBrilliant hibiscusTexas star HibiscusDespite the common name “Texas Star,” the native plant does not call Texas home.
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Tips For Controlling Whiteflies On Hibiscus Plants

Hibiscus plants make up a large genus of the Malvaceae family, consisting of hundreds of species of exotic-looking flowering plants.These plants are native to temperate and tropical climates and are best known for their big, showy blooms.Hibiscus plants are usually categorized as:Hibiscus moscheutos – Swamp Mallow care | Hardy hibiscusHibiscus syriacus – Rose of Sharon tree careHibiscus rosa-sinensis – Tropical hibiscus bushOther species and cultivarsThese plants grow in a variety of sizes with dark green foliage and long-lasting, trumpet-shaped flowers in shades of white, pink, yellow, peach, lavender and red.
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Hardy Hibiscus Care: Tips On Growing The Hibiscus Moscheutos

Botanically known as Hibiscus moscheutos hi-BIS-kus, mos-KEW-tos , hardy hibiscus is a summer herbaceous perennial hibiscus.These hybrids are a popular species related to the flowering, Tropical Hibiscus tree, which is a genus in the mallow family Malvaceae.The genus is considerably large, containing species which are indigenous to North America and are popularly cultivated in warm temperate or tropical zones in the world.
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Chinese Hibiscus (Hibiscus Rosa-Sinensis) Quick Care Tips

Chinese hibiscus the common name for Hibiscus rosa-sinensis and it is both an exciting and rewarding plant to grow.They are capable of performing beautifully for gardeners in every climate. Whether you grow them as house, greenhouse or garden plants.The hibiscus plant with their varied, exotic blooms are ideal for floating in bowls or just enjoyed sitting on the patio.
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Hibiscus Mutabilis Care: How To Grow Confederate Rose

Hibiscus mutabilis (hi-BIS-kus mew-tah-BIL-iss) aka Confederate Rose is a popular plant in the southern United States where it is also called:Confederate Rose MallowDixie RosemallowRose Dixie RosemallowCotton RoseCotton RosemallowAs the name suggests, this plant is not a rose but a member of the large Mallow hibiscus (Malvaceae – mal-VAY-see-eye) hibiscus tree family.
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