Answer: The perennial hibiscus plants grown in the flower garden will die back to the ground completely each fall and at that point the now soft stems can be gently removed. Mark their location because they come up very late each spring. These flowers need full sun and do best in a moist rich soil, although they will tolerate average soil. They will appreciate several inches of organic mulch over their root zones. They may be pinched back once in June to encourage some branching and keep them a bit shorter than normal, otherwise no pruning is required. In general they are not too difficult to grow, so enjoy.
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