The Best Time Hibiscus Growing In Garden Courtyard

Hibiscus (hibiscus) widely recognizable from the shape of a trumpet-like flowers and leaves beautiful crown, flowers are large, the width can reach about 30 cm so that attract butterflies and hummingbirds to come to the park. There are about 200 species of hibiscus in a variety of sizes, colors and resistance to cold air. Hibiscus can be used as plant shrubs or fences made, can make all the empty wall becomes more attractive, as the fence that closes something unsightly, or to create an atmosphere of tropical nature in the pool.
Hibiscus Growing In Garden Courtyard

Hibiscus is the type of interest belonging to the Malvaceae is indeed existence will very quickly be known as very interesting. Understandably, interest has the Latin name Hibiscus rosa sinensis L has a crown of large flowers and beautiful. Sometimes it attracted the attention of little girls to make this flower decoration on their heads. Not surprisingly, the average interest rate that the shoes are in a lower position often short-lived because often plucked. Despite having a large crown diameter reaches 6 till 19 cm plus pistil is sticking out, but this flower has no scent. Recognize interest by the Sumatra called the hibiscus is very easy. He usually has amounted to 5 pieces of petals to be protected by additional petals that are red, yellow, orange, pink etc, therefore this flower visible have double eyelids, but there are also only has a crown layer. If you want to transplant them this plant, flower calm can live in the tropics and subtropics by way of attachment, grafts and cuttings.

Hibiscus turned out not only beautiful views but beautiful in heart and in body. Why? Because some parts of the flower contains substances that are useful to the body, eg part resin. BNGA sap can be used as medicine heartburn. The flowers contain substances flavonoids as antioxidants and inhibitors of pigmentation, it does not include other important substances such as saponins, proteins, polyphenols etc. Ethanol contained in the flower can also be used to slow the growth of hair in your armpit.
Continues how to hibiscus growing in garden courtyard.?
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Step - step hibiscus plant in the courtyard garden

The selection of plants that we want planting


Hibiscus consists of many variations of color and appearance. But it is more important than choosing zoom, is to find a type of hibiscus that will thrive in your environment. Generally there are two types of hibiscus bushes, the tropical (tropical) and resilient (hardy). Tropical hibiscus will thrive in the warm climates year-round temperature is above 50 ° F (10 ° C). Hibiscus resilient plant is a hybrid (hybrid or marriages 2 different plant species) that has been developed to be grown in cold regions where temperatures may drop below freezing during the winter.


Tropical hibiscus (tropical) have more flowers, but the flowers will wilt / die after 1-2 days. This type of color hibiscus flower is composed of shades of pink, peach (salmon-color between orange and pink) and purple or red to violet.

Hibiscus with a resistance (hardy), able to sustain the bloom longer than the tropical hibiscus species. However, this type of hibiscus do not have a lot of interest and tend to be more 'bush'. In general, this type has red flowers, white, and pink.

Hibiscus planting of the seeds will be fun, because you can create a whole create cultivars (varieties breeding / cultivation) just by crossing two varieties of hibiscus exist. But on the other hand, the planting of seeds requires more handling, and may not succeed. If you intend to seek pleasure and immediately see the results, you should buy a hibiscus planted in pots to be moved to an area of ​​the garden / park you.


Hibiscus plant from stem pieces (cuttings) is a way least likely to succeed, because the plant requires very specific conditions to grow. If you have not experienced hibiscus plant, you should avoid planting the cuttings.

You may not have much choice of varieties when buying a potted plant that is so, because usually the breeding center only sells a few varieties of hibiscus from seed or transplant.

Choosing the right time to Hibiscus Growing In Garden Courtyard

Because hibiscus is a plant that likes the heat, you should not plant it until winter really has ended. Wait until the temperature of outer space consistently between 60-70 ° F (15.6 to 21.1 ° C) before you consider to plant hibiscus. If the temperature drops to 55 ° F (12.8 ° C), the plant will stop growing. Meanwhile, when down to 45 ° F (7.2 ° C) or colder, the plant will die. It was not appropriate for the hibiscus which has durability (hardy), but it is still an important caveat is the heat requirement for this plant.

Selection of the proper location for the Hibiscus Growing In Garden Courtyard

The Hibiscus is the kind of plants that love the sun, but can not stand too much direct sunlight without burning. Select a location in the garden / park you are exposed to direct sunlight about 4-6 hours per day, and receives the reflected light from the surrounding area during the remaining time available. Locations with such characters usually found on the west or south of the garden / park you. If necessary, plant hibiscus in a location that is exposed to a large tree shadow. However, it will be necessary room to grow, since the plant is rapidly taking the space of two or three times the original size.

Some kind of hibiscus can live to more than 40 years. That is, it could be later you will be faced with a very large shrub. So, make sure you find a permanent location to start planting hibiscus.
You try to find a location that has good drainage; puddle hibiscus will drag you out of the land. On the other hand, avoid locations that most of the content of the soil is sand.

Tillage to plant hibiscus in the garden courtyard
Hibiscus plants require soil that is not arbitrary, so it helps you take the time to cultivate the soil first before planting so the soil can be loose and give about 5-10 kg of organic fertilizer per hole with hopes of root growth can be rapid. Do check the pH of the soil garden / park you! Hibiscus prefers acidic soil, so if the soil pH above 6.5 scale it should be made more acidic (Note: The mean alkaline pH 7-14). Additionally, you will need to give a lot of nutrients and fertilizer as a soil supplement. Combine these supplements into garden compost few weeks (or months, if you have time) before planting. You will also need to add fertilizer, which is low in phosphorus and high in potassium, into the soil mix.

Hibiscus Growing In Garden Courtyard
Dig a planting hole using a shovel or hoe to prepare the planting hole. Each hole (for single seed or seed hibiscus) must have depth along the roots of the plant or twice, if not three times, as well as width. Loose soil around the plant will allow for better drainage, and should not be compacted down. Plant each plant hibiscus with a distance of at least 0.6 to 0.9 meters of each other.
Gradually, enter each hibiscus plant into the hole that has been prepared. Be careful not to damage the roots of plants. Refill the hole with soil to the height of the base of the stem. Closing rod with the ground will be able to make the plants die slowly because the risk of fungal especially when planted in the rainy season. Flush abundantly hibiscus immediately after planting to help reduce the risk of stress-induced displacement.
Try to keep the plants moist, but not soaking wet. Make sure that the soil moist at all times, because the soil dries will cause the plant to wither and adversely affected if exposed to high heat is excessive, use of organic fertilizers can also be useful as a water barrier.

Hibiscus plant care in the garden courtyard
The addition of a layer of mulch on the surface of the soil in the garden / park where you plant the hibiscus would be very useful, because the layer of mulch can inhibit the growth of weeds while keeping the soil moist. Unplug the weeds are seen around the plant, so that later hibiscus plants you do not need for space and nutrients from the soil. Tropical hibiscus tend to have more problems with pests than varieties with resistance. If you have spots or rotting leaves, try using insecticides to eradicate any disease or pest that damages hibiscus (for a natural insecticide I've been reviewing them, so please open its archives back in the menu).

Do pruning
Although impressed contradictory or implausible, actually pruning helps boost the emergence of new growth and create more interest. There are several ways of pruning, but all managed to cut branches / twigs at the top of the trunk of the tree (which grows branches / twigs or leaves) in the corner away from the center of the bush. This will send a signal to the plant to grow more branches at these locations, outwards away from the central part of the bush.
Hibiscus will bloom for several months, although each individual blossom only lasts a few days. You can still let the flowers are in the bush, but it can also cut and used as a tea or cook.

Similarly, a brief review of the best time hibiscus growing in garden courtyard, and please read the guide also plant other crops, including lilies to plant guidetulips to plant guide, and a guide to plant roses, hopefully what is conveyed can be useful for readers and lovers of flowers, and do not forget to share with others by sharing this article, and please read for the articles that other farms, plantation, which aims to make independent farmers. And do not forget to take the time to give G + in all the articles I've ever reviewed.
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