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The Chinese hibiscus is a tropical shrub that needs to be kept in a conservatory pot or bed, and grown in bright, filtered light. The flowers range from crimson to yellow, orange or white, but the fact that they are short-lived isn't a problem. New ones keep appearing, giving a long flowering season, and they are nicely set off by the shiny, dark green leaves. If the buds fall, the roots are too dry, or the plant needs a regular, weak feed or the temperature has suddenly dropped. If kept at 13C, it should keep flowering all year.
Flower colour: Red, Mixed
Foliage colour: Dark green
Sun exposure: Full sun
Soil: Chalky/alkaline, Moist
Skill level: Beginner
Time to take cuttings: May to May
Time to prune: May to May
can you advise i planted hibiscus jist over 2 yrs ago last year there were buds but no flowers this year they seem to be struggling to grow no buds at all this year
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