Delray Beach, Fl
|My Hibiscus hedges are full and green but have very few flowers. What do you recommend to product flowers?
|Answer from NGA
August 16, 2010
|Hibiscus tends to flower in cycles and will sometimes take time off during the hottest months of the summer. When they've finished resting they will produce flowers once again. You can help them along by feeding with a bloom booster type of fertilizer. The extra phosphorus (middle number) will promote flowering. Enjoy your garden!
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