Hibiscus Plants

Planting Hibiscus

dori added on October 19, 2011 | Answered

How do I plant hibiscus roots and how deep?

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Answered on October 23, 2011

You should plant the plant at the same level that it grew in the pot. If it is bare rooted and is not in a pot, you should be able to see a faint line above the root system that indicates where the plant was planted when it was in the soil.

To plant, dig a hole, place the plant into the hole so that it is sitting at the proper depth. Then backfill over the roots. Pat the soil down well (some people even step on the soil) to collapse any air pockets. Then water thoroughly.

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