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Are hibiscus plants hard to keep alive?
Hibiscus grown indoors all year long tend to become rather wimpy. Hibiscus inevitably need to grow near a sunny window. Hibiscus need a lot of sunshine to do well. During the winter, place it in the sunniest place you have, probably near a south-facing window.
How do you take care of hibiscus plants?
The fungus grows in cool, damp weather. Fertilizer can help your hibiscus grow fresh new leaves, but no cure can make black spots go away. Cleaning up fallen infested leaves can help keep the disease from spreading. Badly infested leaves can be removed from the plant and destroyed.
How long do hibiscus flowers last?
The hibiscus flower only lasts a day, although many new hybrids have been bred which now last longer, even up to three days. Try not to think of this as a bad thing, many plants bloom only once a year for two or three weeks and then you have to wait a whole year for a repeat performance.