I am trying to care for a beautiful Hibiscus plant. I have had it all summer. All of the leaves have fallen off but it is still blooming and a few buds of leaves seem to be coming out. What is wrong? Can I prune it?
During the summer, the twisted hibiscus tree can be placed outdoors as long as temperatures remain below 95 degrees Fahrenheit. Hidden Valley Hibiscus states that in temperatures over 95 degrees, the twisted hibiscus tree loses flowers but doesn't die. The plant can live in temperatures well over 100 degrees Fahrenheit successfully, although the tree may not flower in very hot temperatures. The twisted hibiscus tree needs to be placed indoors during the winter months in most regions. According to Hidden Valley Hibiscus, the tree can die within a few hours if it's outdoors when temperatures fall to 32 degrees Fahrenheit or lower. The twisted hibiscus tree also needs less water in the winter to prevent damage to the roots of the tree.I have some good work experience with a OOH ERP and my words are clearly based on what I felt through such processes in the past. http://www.platooh.com