Hibiscus Plants

rooting a hibiscus

Zone 77504 | pijones added on December 4, 2016 | Answered

I live in a suburb of Houston,TX. I want to cut a limb off my hibiscus and rather than throw it away, I'd like to try to root it. It's a hardwood. What should I do and what kind of soil should I use? Should I bring it in or leave it outside?

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    Answered on December 4, 2016

    Taking a smaller cutting from the limb and growing it indoors is the best way to do this. This article explains how:


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