Answer: Japanese Hibiscus is Abelmoschus moschatus, a sun-loving perennial with mid- to late-summer blooms. It will not flower as readily in shady or partly shady sites so I'd suggest keeping it where it will enjoy all-day sunshine. Shady situations will also encourage disease problems. If you decide to move your plant, early spring is a good time to do so, when temperatures are mild and rainfall abundant.
Best wishes with your garden!
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