Xeramtheum said:Actually I get my best results rooting hibiscus in cooler weather and am always rooting them in Winter since I cut back all of mine before they go into the greenhouse .. the cuttings are 'insurance' of a sort. You'll want to cut off the flowers and any buds you see and keep cutting off the buds as they appear. I also cut large leaves in half and I make my cuttings about 6 inches long and stick them in moist vermiculite with at least one leaf node under the surface. I don't use any rooting hormone. This year I'm trying something different and using cell packs with the vermiculite instead of a communal pot. I test them every few weeks and when they start putting out roots I'll pot them up in their own little pots.