The Q&A Archives: Hibicus Won't Flower

Question: I have a hibicus plant that stopped flowering this past year.

Answer: Hibiscus produces flowers on new stems. To promote blooms, pinch or cut your plant back each spring to encourage the growth of new stems. You can safely remove 1/3 to 1/2 of the growth each year, to keep your plant in shape, and to keep it in full production.

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