Ginny has requested to see more hibiscus flowers. If you want to complain about several posts of flowers, go to her sight, Let Your Light Shine.
Our back yard has 9 hisbicus, 3 Pink, 5 Red and 1 Orange
Today's post are all from the same bush, Orange. The difference is lighting, time of day and time of year (cold makes them lighter and not as full) because the bloom year round.
the Orange Hibiscus is a natural attractant to birds and butterflies so this plant makes an excellent addition to your outdoor area but it can also be grown indoors.
This doulbe hybrid needs half and half shade/sun. It naturally fights off most insects and needs to be pruned each year. Ours has been as tall as 10 feet, but is now about 7 feet tall
There are people who eat the flowers and leaves, but we do not
|We bought this one at a flea market because we loved the color and the double blooms,|
Propagation Methods: From woody stem cuttings From softwood cuttings By grafting
This little guy grew up in the cold weather and did not get its double bloom.
Coming Soon to a Blog near YOU
Red and Pink Hibiscus