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What is an hibiscus root called and how do I plant it? What part is up and how deep do I go?


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#1 Comment By theficuswrangler On 10/19/2014 @ 7:20 pm

It sounds like you’re confusing the hibiscus root with a corm or rhizome. Corms or rhizomes are usually rooty-looking things which have the ability to sprout a new plant when they are buried in the ground. Hibiscus roots are just roots, and normally you can’t start a new plant from one. The methods for starting hibiscus are either from cuttings or from seed. [1]
But hey, you can try if you want. Just lay the root under the soil maybe 6 inches, and keep the soil moist and warm — who knows, it may sprout.

#2 Comment By Nikki On 10/20/2014 @ 1:24 pm

If you are just receiving the plant (i.e. through mail order), it most likely will come as a bare root plant. This article has more information about these types of plants: [2]


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