Hibiscus hibernate - That's how it's done

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Put your hibiscus in the heated conservatory

The hibiscus is a non-hardy plant, which tolerates no frost accordingly. Learn here how to hibiscus your winter.

Hibiscus overwinter
Of course there are also hibiscus varieties that are hardy. However, these are rather rare, because actually the hibiscus does not like frost. At 15 degrees it likes the hibiscus best. For wintering, therefore, a heated conservatory offers the best. So the hibiscus can get a lot of sun even in winter.

Annual pruning
The hibiscus needs an annual pruning, so it also flowers beautifully lush. This pruning can be done from February to August. It is advantageous, however, if you make the pruning in the spring, so that the flowers are also as you imagine.

keep soil moistured
The hibiscus may go out into the open from May, when the danger of night frosts is over. It should also prevail during the day constant temperatures above 10 degrees Celsius. The best place for the hibiscus is a place in partial shade. He also likes sunny locations very much. You should make sure that the earth is always evenly moist. The earth should not be kept too wet. If you follow these rules, then your hibiscus will feel completely comfortable.

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