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Article: Tropical Hibiscus - Fragile, Fleeting, and Fabulous
doccat5 Fredericksburg, VA (Zone 7b) Thank you, I'd been "eyeing" the neighbor's bright red one all summer. I would love some of my own. Your directions are clear and concise and I think I can even scrounge a filtered light situation. Thanks again, great article, lots of great information! :)
Dea Frederick, MD (Zone 6a) Fabulous flowers and great directions to boot! Thanks; they are beautiful !!
victorgardener Lower Hudson Valley , NY (Zone 6b) I have only grown hardy ones but it's certainly worth the 'hassle' of bringing in a pot to add some of these lovelies. I like the idea of starting a new day with a new bloom! Thanks Shari.
Islandshari Kwajalein Marshall Islands (Zone 11) Thank you for the kind words...I love these flowers, and would love to see more of them!
Indy Alexandria, IN (Zone 6a) I found that my tropical did only so so in a pot...lost most leaves every year. I finally set it in the ground and it really put on a show that summer.
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