Container Hibiscus Plants


Anonymous added on August 4, 2015 | Answered

I have a potted hibiscus that I bought in May. It is indoors near a window with bright light, but not direct sun. I water it every to every other day but it has both dried up and yellow leaves - and losing them quickly! I am confused since I thought the yellow leaves were a sign of too much water, but with leaves drying up and falling off, isn't that not enough water? I bought it in full bloom, has not bloomed in over a month, but not sure how to get it through the winter till its next blooming cycle? Thank you.

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