Triple Hibiscus Flower Seeds Garden Triple Hibiscus rosa sinensis Beautiful flowers Triple Color Rose Hibiscus - 100 Pcs ( Pack of 5 )
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Annual herbaceous plant with a height of 30-60 cm. Flowers of delicate pastel colors with dark eye, reach 5-8 cm in diameter. They are short-lived, but there are a lot of them on the bush, new buds are formed in the sinus of each leaf, and the fruit of decorative form is formed on the place of flowers-one day. The flowering period is long. Dried shoots with unusual fruits look good in dry bouquets. Any well-drained garden soil is suitable for hibiscus triplets. Grows on sunny spots or in the shade.
Habitat The hibiscus grows best in locations that offer full sunlight to some shade with ample moisture. However, it adapts to dryer climates and is generally drought tolerant. The USDA hardiness zones for the hibiscus, indicated by the North Carolina State University website, are 5 through 9. It requires a cover or shelter in locations that are susceptible to frost.
Soil and Planting For proper growth, the hibiscus favors sandy soil with ample drainage and a pH level between 6 and 7. Adding compost or organic material, such a manure, to the soil provides nutrients required by the hibiscus. The hole for planting the hibiscus should be only slightly larger than the original container. Press the soil firmly around the roots of the plant to help it develop a strong root base. Saturate the ground and the base of the hibiscus with water after planting. Place 3 or 4 inches of mulch around the hibiscus to preserve moisture and control weeds.