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Hardy Hibiscus in southern exposure sun room

Posted by jalfred z7 NC (My Page) on
Mon, Jun 18, 07 at 21:25

Our new sunroom has a southern exposure. I plan to grow my hardy hibs in containors in this room. How successful will this be? Right now my little cuttings are growing in plastic cups, at a northern window in the garage.

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RE: Hardy Hibiscus in southern exposure sun room

Not sure how well that will work over the long haul. They may need a dormant period over the winter, and your sunroom may not get that cold. Just speculating, though, never tried it myself.

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