Yellow hibiscus tips and care

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Yellow hibiscus plant Urban plants Yellow hibiscus plant native to tropical areas. 
They live in a warm climate or impressive  houseplants . Hibiscus flowers are attractive to butterflies and hummingbirds . 
Hibiscus plant is also known as gudhal plant in India. 

Hibiscus ( gudhal )  plant care 

Common name Hibiscus
Botanical name Hibiscus app.
Plant type  Annual and  perennial herbaceous 
Sun Exposure Full sun and partial shade
Soil Type  Moist - well drained 
Soil pH Acidic , neutral 
Bloom Time  Summer, fall, and year-round in tropical climate
Flower Colour Various, including white, red, pink, yellow, orange
Hardiness Zones From 5 to 11 
Native North America , asia


Hibiscus love bright conditions. In northern climates ,  full sun is o best, but in the dry heat of the south, filtered sunlight is better. If you find that your hibiscus plant  is not  producing blooms, move the plant to a sunny location.
Indoor tropical hibiscus plant leaves will need a bright spot near a sunny window but keep away from strong and  direct sunlight.


Yellow hibiscus plant care Urban plants All hibiscus do best in well-drained, fertile, moist, loamy soil. The hardy varieties are wetland natives.
Most hibiscus prefer a slightly acidic soil pH.  The colour of hibiscus flowers can be affected by the soil's acidity level.
Mulching around the plant base can help with moisture retention , For nutrient-poor soil, amending with organic matter should be beneficial.


All hibiscus are thirsty plants that need to be kept moist. Indoor tropical hibiscus benefit from regular watering from spring to early autumn during the growing season.
Depending on the conditions, you might need to water your hibiscus daily to help it produce blooms.

Temperature and Humidity

Hardy hibiscus can grow in cool, temperate climates. They thrive in temperatures from 60 to 90 degrees Fahrenheit but it  can handle temp.  low as 20 degrees Fahrenheit. When temperatures drop below 30 degrees Fahrenheit and frost is a risk, bring container-grown plants indoors..
Temperatures below 50 degrees Fahrenheit can kill tropical varieties, so they are best housed in humid locations indoors in regions.


To encourage healthy blooms with good colour, feed plants with a high potassium and high nitrogen fertilizer. Fish emulsion and seaweed extract are organic fertilizers. Feed a half-strength solution just before the start of the bloom period and continue at least once every few weeks until the end of flowering seasons.

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