Hibiscus Tree

shera_meltonMay 7, 2007

I bought a Hibiscus Tree recently. I was wondering if it produced some kind of seeds or if you could take a branch cutting from it and root another tree? Is there anyway to make another one from this one tree?

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Shera, I've never done it personally, but I've talked to people who rooted cuttings from their hibiscus..and several on the Tropical forum discussed sowing from seeds of their plants..
I'd imagine taking a 4" cutting, and placing in well-draining soil w/some type of plastic on top to creat a humid environment should do it..I believe some sun, (not direct) should be offered during time of rooting. Toni

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