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Q.Lighting for Indoor Hibiscus

Anonymous added on November 4, 2010 | Answered

What is the best lighting for an indoor hibiscus plant?

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Answered on November 4, 2010

Indoor hibiscus need high light. A south-facing window is best and this can be supplemented by a fluorescent bulb placed 3 feet or less away from the plant.

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Answered on August 6, 2022

Hibiscus are tropical plants that need light and, maybe more significantly, warmth to flourish. They favor moderate intensity and to keep blossoming should have a couple of long stretches of direct daylight consistently. Place your plant in a brilliant South or West confronting window. An Eastern window could likewise work. In winter look out for cold drafts that can give hibiscus frostbite. In the colder time of year you likewise need extra light. I utilize straightforward bright light bulbs, frequently alluded to as low energy light, which screw into ordinary attachments. For best impact, place the light as near the plant as could really be expected. In summer safeguarding the roots from over the top intensity by utilizing planters is savvy.

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Answered on November 19, 2019

Hibiscus plants are tropical beauty which will give your garden an exotic look. These are sturdy plants which can grow to a height of up to 15 feet, and the colorful blooms can attract Calibri’s and butterflies to your garden.

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