9 Tips for Hibiscus Plant  Care in Rainy Season  to Maximize Flowering

Monsoon season is arrived and caring for your hibiscus plant can be both challenging and rewarding.

Check here 10 care tips that will help you to keep your hibiscus plant healthy and flowering.

1.  Pruning of Leaves & Stems

Regularly removing yellow leaves & dead stems helps redirect the plant's energy towards new growth and flowering.

2. Use of Pesticide

Neem oil is a natural and effective pesticide that can be used to protect your plants from various pests attack.

3. Tilling of Soil

Tilling the soil around your hibiscus plants improves aeration, which is vital for root health.

4. Give Fungicide Water in Soil

Using a fungicide solution or cinnamon powder in the soil can help prevent fungal attacks.

5. Onion Peel Fertilizer

Onion peel fertilizer is rich in potassium, phosphorus, and calcium, it promotes overall plant health and boosts flowering.

6. Repotting

The monsoon season is an ideal time for repotting hibiscus plants. 

7. Avoid Overwatering

Hibiscus plants are prone to root rot if overwatered.  The key is to water only when the soil is completely dry.

8. Check Pot for Drainage

Good drainage is essential for hibiscus plant. Ensure your pots have drainage holes and that they are not blocked.

9. Sunlight

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Hibiscus plants thrive with 5-6 hours of direct sunlight each day. Ensure your plants receive adequate light.

By following these tips, you can ensure your hibiscus plants remain healthy and vibrant, maximizing their flowering potential.