The exotic Hibiscus loves sunlight and must be placed in a bright spot. Hibiscus should be watered regularly, but never be left with its roots flooded in water. Your Hibiscus can be kept for many years. With a little green fingers, fertilising regular and if in a container re-potting every second year, you will achieve a long and generous partnership. This plant is suitable as an indoor flowering house plant or an outdoor patio plant in a frost free area.
These amazing hibiscus keep bringing new flowers every week if placed in a bright spot in your home during the summer time.
Hibiscus benefit from a trimming once a year - especially in the late winter or early spring.
Available in various colours/designs. When ordering online we cannot guarantee which colour/design you will receive.
Water well from spring to autumn and more carefully in the winter. They tolerate standing in water but not drying out. Keep plants away from direct sunlight as to much light will cause yellowing of the foliage. They are tropical plants and prefer warm temperatures, 18 degree Celsius is ideal but they will tolerate down to 15 degree Celsius. Keep drier in winter and apply liquid fertiliser regularly during the growing season. Occasionally wipe the leaves to keep them dust free. They prefer high humidity, old flower stems can be cut off and plants should be re-potted in the spring. They can be susceptible to spider mites and grey mould.