Hibiscus, Gurhal (red, hybrid)


Hibiscus plants, with their gorgeous-looking trumpet-shaped flowers and dark green glossy leaves, help add colorful beauty to your garden.


  • Life cycle: perennial
  • Plant size: 1-1.5 feet
  • Pot required: 9-12 inches
  • Watering: when the topsoil is getting dry

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What Makes it Unique?

  • An extraordinary beauty that blossoms attractive flowers year-round.
  • Ornamental plant prefers widely for attracting butterflies, birds, etc.
  • A perennial beauty that comes in different varieties of colors and types.
  • A tropical outdoor plant that brings an exotic look to your garden.
  • Contains excellent medicinal and low-maintenance properties.
  • Used widely to cure hair fall issues, constipation, cold, fever, etc.


How to Care?

  • Hibiscus red plants do very well in bright natural light.
  • The best thing is to keep them under direct sunlight for 3-6 hours every day for the best growth.
  • Choose an organic fertilizer and loosen the topsoil before applying to allow the plant to uptake nutrients efficiently.
  • Allow the Hibiscus red plant to adjust to the new environment easily by keeping them in direct sunlight for a minimum of two weeks.
  • Also, avoid re-potting them for a minimum of 2 weeks to let the plant become stronger.
  • Hibiscus red plants do not like being in a soggy place. So, make sure to avoid overwatering.
  • They attract fungal and bacterial infections quickly. It is best to remove dead and infected parts regularly from the plant.
  • Apply neem oil, eucalyptus oil, or citrus oil spray for primary treatment against any fungal or bacterial infection.
  • Always check the topsoil before watering to prevent overwatering the Hibiscus red plants.
  • Choose an organic fertilizer during the primary growing season to allow the plant to thrive well.
  • Ensure not to fertilize them during the blooming and winter seasons as it will impact the flower's growth.
  • Take a bigger pot for the re-potting purpose to allow easy growth of the pot and re-pot every year.
  • After a certain height, you can also plant them in a groundcover to allow easy growth. 


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