Hibiscus Plants

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WendyAnn added on May 29, 2012 | Answered

How long should each flower last and what do you do when it's done? Pull it or cut the stem off? Thank you For your time WendyAnn P. S. I just want pretty plants

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Answered on May 29, 2012

Most hibiscus flowers bloom for only one day. But there should be an abundance of buds on the plant for continuous blooming. While you can deadhead if desired, this practice is not necessary. Your hibiscus plant will be fine left as is. The spent blooms will drop on their own.

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