Watering Tips for  Hibiscus Plant

Hibiscus is a perennial plant, if you will take proper care of it then it can survive for many years with you.

They love warm temperatures and usually need to be protected during cold weather.

Here are some tips for watering a hibiscus plant correctly.

1.  Before watering Check Soil

Check the top soil. If it is dry, water the plant.

2.  Balanced watering

Hibiscus needs balanced water, over-watering leads to fungus and pests in the plants.

3. Avoid Overwatering

Overwatering stunts growth, turns leaves yellow, and weakens buds, causing them to fall.

4.  Drainage

Ensure watering until excess water drains out from the bottom of the pot.

5.  Water quality

Use room temperature water for hibiscus. Avoid extreme hot and cold to prevent root shock.

6. Avoid excess watering in winter season

In winter, water less; let top inch dry between waterings.

Additional tips: Sunlight

Hibiscus plants thrive in full sun, ensure they receive 6-8 hours of direct sunlight daily.

Hibiscus is a stunning plant. Follow these care tips to enhance your garden's beauty.