Pink Hibiscus has stunning pink, funnel-shaped flowers
This flower is a tropical flower which grows well in temperate zones. It is best to plant Pink Hibiscus in late June to the beginnings of August. Hibiscus may be found in other colors besides pink. Hibiscus are deciduous plants, coming into full bloom in the summertime. Hibiscus petals can also be made into teas. Hibiscus plants need a lot of water during the summer season to be in full bloom.
Pink Hibiscus is the state flower of Hawaii
Hibiscus need to be fertilized and to be pruned on a regular basis to produce more flowers. The hibiscus is a susceptible plant requiring large quantities of water in particular during times of drought. Hibiscus is a delicate plant requiring organic soil, lots of water, and intensive care.
Pink Hibiscus is best grown in full sunlight
Mature Height: 7-9"
Sunlight: full sun
Soil conditions: acidic
Botanical Name: Malvaceae