Container Hibiscus Plants

Indoor Hibiscus


Anonymous added on April 8, 2011 | Answered

I have two (2) indoor hibiscus plants and they are growing wildly. Should I still trim them back now (spring)? I live in Arizona and have been keeping them inside, as I plan to move to a state that is still freezing at night. I intend to keep them as indoor plants. Other suggestions?


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Nikki
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Answered on April 9, 2011

You can prune now. If they are getting leggy, though, it is likely due to too little light. After pruning, you should look into providing more light to the plants to prevent the plants getting leggy again.

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