Hibiscus leaves turn yellow because of pest infestations, diseases and environmental changes such as too little fertilizer or insufficient water. In some cases, yellowing leaves are a perfectly natural response to coolin... More » Home & Garden Gardening & Landscapes Trees & Bushes

Hibiscus plants need to be pruned back approximately one third of the way down each branch, notes Hidden Valley Hibiscus. Pruning cuts should be made at 45-degree angles directly above nodes, which are the locations wher... More »

Drinking hibiscus tea over a period of 2 to 6 weeks may help lower blood pressure in patients with elevated blood pressure. Other benefits may include lowered cholesterol and treatment of irritated stomach. However, ther... More » Food Beverages Coffee & Tea
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