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Hibiscus plants prefer full or partial sunlight depending on climate. About.com recommends that growers in hot areas provide partial sunlight, and those in Northern climates provide full sunlight. Hibiscus plants require... More »

Care for a hibiscus plant in the winter by pruning the plant after the first frost and packing mulch around the base of the plant to protect the roots from the cold, advises the San Francisco Chronicle. Bring any potted ... More »

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Hibiscus can flourish for years with proper care. To care for your hibiscus, you need pruning shears, insecticidal soap or oil, a garden hose, fertilizer, stakes and a sheet or burlap. More »

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Hibiscus can flourish for years with proper care. To care for your hibiscus, you need pruning shears, insecticidal soap or oil, a garden hose, fertilizer, stakes and a sheet or burlap. More »

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