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Newbie here... Please help

Posted by canarygirl NC (My Page) on
Fri, Jun 2, 06 at 7:01

Just bought my first Hibicus Tree. It's tropical. I bought it from a nursery outside, but when I brought it home it was so dry and root bound the first thing I did was repot and watered good. I want to grow it on my screened porch, is this good? Will it be enough light? Thanks so much for your help.


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RE: Newbie here... Please help

  • Posted by rjj1 Norman OK Zone7 (My Page) on
    Sat, Jun 3, 06 at 10:12

You don't mention how much direct sun so it's a difficult question to answer:-). A hibiscus will want to get at least a half days direct sun (not indirect light) to bloom well.

randy


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RE: Newbie here... Please help

Agree with Randy. If you can give it about a half-day's light, you can get some blooms (mine get morning sun only and bloom). Otherwise it will still grow and may have a sporadic bloom (I have had mine sporadically bloom inside with "bright" conditions), but won't be a showplace in the bloom department.


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