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Post  RJARPCGP on 11/25/2018, 11:10 pm

More then one hibiscus rosa-sinensis that I got, would suddenly fail to bloom anymore! It seems common to have nice heart-shaped-tooth-edged leaves and nothing else! Not even a bud! Or every single bud dies way before a flower can even possibly open!
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Post  Yardslave on 11/27/2018, 12:02 pm

They are finicky about their water cycles; too much time between waterings, or too waterlogged and they drop blossoms. There also may be a tripe infestation that is putting a strain on the plant- they are real hard to spot without a magnifying glass.
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Post  sanderson on 11/27/2018, 11:47 pm

RJ, I'm surprised that they even grow where you are. They are usually warmish weather plants.

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Post  RJARPCGP on 12/2/2018, 1:27 pm

Well, that's the one for indoors, and for gosh sakes, I saw someone's photos of a hibiscus (probably the tropical variant as well) in a basement and under lighting, IIRC. If not multiple hibiscus plants doing fine. Wink
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