Hibicus Won't Flower - Knowledgebase Question

Glendale, AZ
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Question by sqky2728
January 13, 1999
I have a hibicus plant that stopped flowering this past year.

Answer from NGA
January 13, 1999
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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