The hibiscus is a perennial, sun loving plant. Actually it is considered an herbaceous perennial, which means; it will die back completely to the ground during the winter but will come back strong when the soil warms in the spring. The shrub thrives on well draining, fertile sandy loams but will do well in most average soils. For full flower production make sure the hibiscus is growing in full sunlight. Even slight shade will cause shoots not to ripen well and impair flowering.  Once the hibiscus is growing in the right spot follow a proper feeding schedule.

Setting up a feeding program for the hibiscus is quite easy. They like to drink lots of water. Water regularly during the spring and summer months. To help newly planted hibiscus…



Source by Joseph Gillen