How Do You Transplant a Rose Mallow Hardy Hibiscus?
Last Updated Mar 24, 2020 5:36:25 PM ET
The rose mallow, or hardy hibiscus, is a perennial that dies back to its roots at the end of the growing season. The most successful time to transplant a hardy hibiscus is when ground temperatures start to warm and new growth begins.
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