Help! Help! Help!
I bought two young hibiscus trees from Sams club (primarily to rescue them because they all looked as though they were about to dry up and blow away) earlier in the summer. I put them on my deck, but I haven't yet replanted them in the larger pots I've gotten for them (they're just sitting in there in the plastic pots they came in.) They are blooming really well but they aren't growing much or producing lots of leaves (the leaves they are producing sometimes turn yellow and I have to pick them off.) I water them every day or every other day (maybe too much?). I want to plant them into the larger pots (which I'm assuming will help them grow larger) but I don't know the best way to do it or what soil to use. And I also need to know what to do with them in the winter. It doesn't get below freezing in Seattle for more than a handful of days out of the winter, but there is also virtually NO sunlight at all. I have a garage, but it's open to the outdoors and probably wouldn't give much of a temperature variance. I would LOVE to have them in my apartment and have them looking nice and healthy, but I have very little knowledge of how to take care of them well. Any advice would be WONDERFUL. Thanks so much for your expertise!