Hibiscus Plants

Trimming Hibiscus Bushes

Anonymous added on November 6, 2010 | Answered

I trimmed two hibiscus bushes last spring (we live in southern Iowa, and I think it was probably late May) and neither of them has bloomed since then. Is there anything I can do so that they will bloom again? Any idea what I might have done wrong?

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    Answered on November 7, 2010

    You may have pruned a bit too late in the season and trimmed off the developing flower buds. In the future, do not prune after the beginning of May. If you follow this, they will bloom fine next year.

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    Answered on December 15, 2018

    When pruning hibiscus plants, they ought to be cut about 33% of the path back, leaving somewhere around a few hubs on the branches for new development to rise. These cuts ought to be made simply over the hubs, leaving about a quarter inch. http://www.dissertationtime.co.uk

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