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Hidden Valley Hibiscus Worldwide ~ Hibiscus Garden in the Orange County, California

Hidden Valley Hibiscus Worldwide ~ Hibiscus Garden in the Orange County, California

Renee's Garden Seeds: Renee's Blog: In The Kitchen – Growing Your Own Hibiscus Treats

Renee's Garden Seeds: Renee's Blog: In The Kitchen – Growing Your Own Hibiscus Treats

Herbal polyculture with passionflower on the trellis, purple shiso, roselle hibiscus, spilanthes, astragalus, and rose

Herbal polyculture with passionflower on the trellis, purple shiso, roselle hibiscus, spilanthes, astragalus, and rose

Renee's Garden Seeds: Renee's Blog: In The Kitchen – Growing Your Own Hibiscus Treats

Renee's Garden Seeds: Renee's Blog: In The Kitchen – Growing Your Own Hibiscus Treats

Hibiscus syriacus, or Rose of Sharon - These are the hibiscus flowers most common in Australian gardens and the petals can be used dried or fresh in teas (about 1 tsp of dried flowers or 1 tbsp of fresh flowers)

Hibiscus syriacus, or Rose of Sharon - These are the hibiscus flowers most common in Australian gardens and the petals can be used dried or fresh in teas (about 1 tsp of dried flowers or 1 tbsp of fresh flowers)

This Hibiscus’ giant, pure white blooms will amaze in the sunlight and illuminate the garden after dark. Blue River’s stunning, blue-green foliage provides a lovely contrast with the snow white blooms. (Hibiscus moscheutos)

This Hibiscus’ giant, pure white blooms will amaze in the sunlight and illuminate the garden after dark. Blue River’s stunning, blue-green foliage provides a lovely contrast with the snow white blooms. (Hibiscus moscheutos)

Article featuring tips on how to grow hardy hibiscus plants in the garden, Rose…

Eleven Easy Tips for Growing Hardy Perennial Hibiscus

Propagation and Gardening: Confederate Rose (Hibiscus) From Seed | Plant the seeds in the garden if it is spring. If not, plant in 6 X 6 flats (36 cells) and place humidity domes over each. I use grow lights set for 12-16 hours of daylight. Seeds should sprout in 5-8 days. When the seedlings have 4-6 true leaves, plant them out in pots or in the garden after danger of frost. These plants are quite vigorous; seedlings will grow 5 feet tall or more before frost.

Propagation and Gardening: Confederate Rose (Hibiscus) From Seed | Plant the seeds in the garden if it is spring. If not, plant in 6 X 6 flats (36 cells) and place humidity domes over each. I use grow lights set for 12-16 hours of daylight. Seeds should sprout in 5-8 days. When the seedlings have 4-6 true leaves, plant them out in pots or in the garden after danger of frost. These plants are quite vigorous; seedlings will grow 5 feet tall or more before frost.

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