Hibiscus (pink)


The Hibiscus plant is a gorgeous shrub with dark green leaves that adds an extraordinary touch to its delicate beauty.


  • Life cycle: perennial
  • Plant size: 1.5-2.5 feet
  • Pot required: 9-12 inches
  • Watering: when the topsoil is getting dry

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What Makes it Unique?

  • The most popular flowering plant with low-maintenance properties.
  • Attractive trumpet-shaped blossoms with five or more petals are perfect for your outdoor garden.
  • An excellent medicinal plant used widely to prevent hair loss, reduce grey hair, high blood pressure, etc.
  • Hibiscus Tea helps cure many diseases such as constipation, cold, and fever.
  • An easy-to-grow plant that blossoms gorgeous pink flowers throughout the year.
  • The perfect choice to attract butterflies and birds to your outdoor garden.


How to Care?

  • They usually prefer both direct natural light and indirect bright light.
  • Hibiscus pink plant requires at least 5-6 hours of sunlight to thrive well.
  • They do not like any specific soil type. However, it is best to choose rich organic soil.
  • It is best to discard all the dead, infected and damaged parts from the plant to prevent fungal infection.
  • Be careful while overwatering your Hibiscus pink plant, as it may cause root rotting.
  • Check the moisture level before applying water after receiving the plant by poking your finger into the topsoil.
  • Water them thoroughly in the summer season to reduce the frequency during the winter season and heavy rainfall days.
  • Avoid re-potting the plant for two weeks as it may severely impact the plant’s health.
  • Choose an organic fertilizer to feed your Hibiscus pink plants during the primary growing season.
  • Keep your plant in a shaded place after re-potting and choose evening time for the re-potting purpose.
  • Use neem oil, eucalyptus oil, and citrus oil as a primary treatment against any bacterial and fungal infection.
  • Make sure to pick a bigger pot size for the re-potting purpose to allow more space for the plant to grow.


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