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How to Keep My Variegated Hibiscus Alive.......

Posted by gardenlady48 z5 IL (My Page) on
Mon, Jan 25, 10 at 14:52

Greetings~
Any suggestions for the care of my variegated hibiscus? I want to plant it in the ground here in Illinois, then prune in the fall, both top and root system, pot it up and bring it inside again as I'm doing now.
Do you have any experience with this technique? This plant seems to grow quickly and I think it would LOVE being planted in ground rather than a pot.
I welcome and suggestions! Thanks


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RE: How to Keep My Variegated Hibiscus Alive.......

Hi - I had one in my zone 8 Texas and had to keep inside for winter. If you prune it - the cuttings will root in a cup of water. Mine even bloomed inside for me , even though it was only an 8 - inch rooted cutting! Goodluck - tina_2


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RE: How to Keep My Variegated Hibiscus Alive.......

I would LOVE to see a photo of varigated hibiscus!
Hibiscus has become my new fascination! And I can NOT learn enough about them!


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RE: How to Keep My Variegated Hibiscus Alive.......

Hi - Here is a pic. of the one I had.
Thanks - tina_2


my Snow Queen Hibiscus


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RE: How to Keep My Variegated Hibiscus Alive.......

OH MY GOSH!!!
Thats a beauty, I had never seen a variegated Hibiscus, now I will have to find one! lol
Thank You for sharing your picture!


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