Perinnal Hibiscus

rebecca57(8b)March 31, 2007

Hello from North Georgia! I have 2 beautiful hibiscus that have come back 3 years in a row! My question is, can I dig them up and divide them? They need to at least be moved, as they have become monsters! We cut them back in the fall, and it appears that every summer they grow from different canes that we have cut back. Any advice would be greatly appreciated!

Thanks, Rebecca

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beachbarbie(z9a/8b NC)

Perennial hibicus come back from the roots and I suppose you could divide them. Dig them up and see how much root there is. As long as each part you divide has roots, I imagine they would do fine.
Good luck!
Barb

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