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Hibiscus Plants

I recently purchased, or should I say rescued, two poor looking hibiscus plants from my local Walmart. I want to put them outside. Do they grow well in sand?

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#1 Comment By Nikki On 03/22/2014 @ 11:38 am

Hibiscus plants need fertile, well-draining soil, preferably with a bit of organic matter (like compost) mixed in. Sand alone is not a suitable growing medium, as it does not supply plant roots with the necessary nutrients in which they need. If you have sandy soil, I would recommend that you amend it to make it more suitable for plants. This article can help with that: [1]

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