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Old 05-19-2007, 04:23 AM

RE: Hibiscus care

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Originally Posted by jonesx62003
I have another opinion. 18 years ago, I worked at a plant nursery, I purchased two hibiscus plants for my mom. We planted them outside immediately (
I should say we live in maryland and experience all types of weather conditions) EVERY YEAR the come back in FULL BLOOM and are beautiful, in the winter there are no precautions taken. They completely die down except for some odd looking wood poking out of the ground. I love them so much I am thinking about transfering them to my home. 18 years and going strong....I couldn't have asked for anything better. ENJOY!
I have heard that people let them do this.....it sure sounds a lot easier..I may just let mine go this winter and see what they do.
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