Sad Looking Leaves
I have a very important hibiscus that I planted in memory of my cat in 1993. I lived in Michigan and transplanted parts of it 3x when I moved within Michigan and it did fine. I moved to Charleston, SC last year. I grew my cuttings in a pot and finally planted my special hibiscus a couple of weeks ago. It's a mostly sunny spot, azalias are planted in the area, and it's surrounded with pine straw. It is having a rough time and I'm panicked. We had a hard frost a couple of days after I planted it. Could that be the problem? It thrived in Michigan where it went below zero. I believe it is a Rose of Sharon variety, double bloom dark mauve. I should mention it looks like new leaves are still sprouting.
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