(as of Sep 26,2021 15:36:17 UTC – Details)
Cultivation of hibiscus seeds begin from January to March. Before sowing, hibiscus seeds are soaked for half an hour in a dark pink solution of manganese, and then for a day in a small amount of EPIN solution, so that the seeds are barely covered with it. After that, the seeds are sown in containers with a mixture of sand and peat, covered with glass and placed in a warm place, where the temperature is kept within 25-27 ºC, it would be nice to arrange a container with sowing bottom heating. It is also necessary to regularly ventilate the container with seeds, remove condensation and moisten the substrate. When the seedlings develop the first leaves, they are seated in personal pots. Make sure that seedlings do not stretch: if they lack light, they will have to arrange artificial illumination shoots. In the open ground seedlings of hibiscus planted in mid-may. Strong specimens can be planted immediately in a permanent place, and a weaker plant for rearing the learning garden at a distance of about half a meter between the instances.
1. Please seeds stored in a cool, dry place.
2. The volume of the soil should keep a distance of 1-2cm from the rim of the pot
3. No need to water too often, keep the soil moderately moist
Climate: Sub-tropical, Temperate, Tropical
Sunlight: Partial Shade , Full Sun
Soil Type: Peat, Sand