Need help for a tropical hibiscus braid with sunburn
I got a tropical hibiscus braid from my 15 year old son as a surprise for mothers day last year( he mowed yards in the neigborhood to pay for it), and it was beautiful all summer long with peachy, orange colored flowers. I moved it indoors for the winter, and it did great under a grow light even flowered up until January before it stopped budding. Now that it is warm outside I moved it out for the year, unfortunatley in my novice knowledge, I gave it a sunburn by putting in in sunny spot right away.( I'll never do that again!!!) I do not have a way to attach a picture, but I have researched online the best I can to determine the problem. The leaves have gone white and turned crisp, on almost the entire plant. I am terribly sad at the thought of it not making it. What should I do? Nothing I have found says how to treat it, only that it's sunburned. Do I remove the leaves and hope new ones grow back? I have already moved it into a shaded area, in hopes that will help. Please help me!! I want my beautiful plant back, and my son and I both will be heartbroken if I killed it.