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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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Care of hibiscus plants during the winter is determined by the type of hibiscus. Tropical varieties die if left outdoors during a freeze, but perennial hibiscus plants can survive the winter with little or no extra care ... More »

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Care for a hibiscus plant by placing it in a sunny location, composting the soil and watering it well. This plant also needs to be fertilized regularly during the growing season and pruned to manage growth. More »

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