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Q.Tropical Indoor Hibiscus

Anonymous added on January 23, 2014 | Answered

I have a hibiscus that looks like it is two trees. It is almost 5 feet tall. Can I split the trees into two pots?

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Answered on January 23, 2014

Generally, I would not recommend this; however, if you are able to cut straight down between the two 'trunks' and get as much roots as possible with each one (as well as dirt), then it may be possible to do so, repotting them in adequate containers and caring for them as normal. I know of people who had success with this, though usually it's not attempted.

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