The Rose Mallow Hibiscus is a beautiful flower that blooms in the summertime. It has large, showy petals that are pink or white in color. The center of the flower is yellow, and the plant grows to be about 3 feet tall. The Rose Mallow Hibiscus is native to the southeastern United States, and it is a popular plant to grow in gardens.
How to care
The Hibiscus is a relatively easy plant to care for. It prefers to grow in full sun, but it will also tolerate partial shade. The plant is drought-tolerant and does not need a lot of water. It should be fertilized once a month during the growing season. The Rose Mallow Hibiscus can be propagated by seed or division.
The scarlet rose mallow does not need a lot of water and is drought-tolerant.
The Hibiscus prefers to grow in full sun but will also tolerate partial shade.
The Hibiscus should be fertilized once a month during the growing season.
The Hibiscus can be propagated by seed or division.
When you see new growth begin to emerge in spring, prune back the old woody stems to about 6 inches tall to make way for the new foliage. To stimulate branching and promote a bushier habit, you can prune the tips of the branches in early summer.
The Hibiscus is a beautiful plant that makes a great addition to any garden. It can also be planted in containers.