1. How Do You Split a Hardy Hibiscus

Asked by Anonymous - July 27, 2011

I have several hardy hibiscus plants. The plants are hardy in the midwest zones down to 30 degrees below zero and can double in size and grow up tp 6 feet high in 3 years. I would like to split the plants, but do not know the best time or how to do it. I need some help.

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2. Bugs Eating My Hibiscus

Asked by Anonymous - July 27, 2011

I have the winter hardy hibiscus plants and the bugs are eating the leaves to just about lace looking. Is there a spray I could use?

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3. 1 of 5 Hibiscus Plants Losing All Its Leaves

Asked by Anonymous - July 28, 2011

I have five hibiscus plants in the front of my house. Four of them are fine. However, the leaves began turning yellow and falling off on only one of them. I gave it extra fertilizer and water, but now the branches are basically bare. I checked it for bugs and do not see any. I do not understand why this one is having problems when conditions for all five are the same. It looks as though new leaves are sprouting on the branches, but I am not sure they will continue to grow. It was still producing flowers for a time, but then the buds dry up. I don’t know what to do to help it and it looks absolutely terrible.

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4. Hibiscus Planting

Asked by Anonymous - July 29, 2011

Does a hibiscus need full sun or shade?

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5. Cutting Hibiscus Back

Asked by Anonymous - July 30, 2011

Should I cut my hibiscus back after its blooms have fallen off in order to produce more blooms?

6. Why Does My Hibiscus Have a Minimum of Flowers?

Asked by loffybee - July 31, 2011

Brought plant in for winter. It went semi dormant. When brought back out in spring, it is strong and healthy, just not many flowers. What am I doing wrong?

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7. How Can I Save My Hibiscus Plant?

Asked by Flash12 - August 1, 2011

I have a five-foot Hibiscus Plant outside my front door and recently the leaves have turned yellow and are falling off at an alarming rate! There are hardly any green leaves left and I need some help.

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  • Is this a tropical hibiscus or hardy hibiscus? If tropical, mine that are in full sun are doing the same thing. Are yours in a pot? If you are experiencing great heat and no rain, I think it is just suffering as a result. Be sure to water well and you may want to move it to partial shade during the hot times of the day. They won’t bloom as well but they live for another day (Fall). YOu can then get it to survive to bring into the house this winter (if you get frosts).

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