Yellow australian hibiscus
Yellow Australian hibiscus
Beautiful shrubs with dark green foliage are called hibiscus. Giving a hibiscus was a way of recognizing the delicate beauty of the recipient.
What makes it special
- One of the most beautiful flowering plants.
- Low-upkeep plant
- Ideal plant for a garden outside.
- Represent the beauty and fleetingness of celebrity or individual success.
Common Name - China rose, Hawaiian hibiscus, rose mallow.
Maximum Height - Up to 4.5 to 10 ft tall.
Flower Color - Yellow red color.
Bloom Time - Throughout the year.
Difficulty Level - Easy to grow.
- Don't water the plant excessively.
- Avoid wetting flowers and leaves; doing so could lead to fungus infestation.
- Before watering the soil, check the moisture content.
- Using your finger, probe the soil; if it seems dry, add water.
- Keep the plant in a bright, direct area.
- After receiving it, wait at least two weeks before repotting.
Sunlight - Hibiscus needs 4 to 6 hours of direct bright sunlight for flowering. The plant can also grow in partial sunlight but generally in this condition the growth and flowering are suppressed.
Watering - Poke your finger/plain small stick into the soil to check the moisture. Water when topsoil (1-2 inches) feels dry to touch.
Water thoroughly in the summer and reduce watering in winter and rainy season.
Soil - Hibiscus requires well drained soil that has a large part of Sand which makes it drainable. Organic compost is helpful for plant growth so it should be added.
Temperature - 16 to 32 Degrees Celsius.
Fertilizer - Apply any organic fertilizer.
Apply vermicompost every 15 to 30 days.
- In the warmer regions, they are frequently effectively used as landscape shrubs.
- The hibiscus flower's natural compounds promote hair development.
- It turns the hair black and lessens dandruff.
Images are only for reference; the actual product may differ in shape and size.
The product is replaceable but non-returnable.