Here is the second part of my Potted Hibiscus Series.
Today I am sharing with you how to pot hibiscus step by step, so you can have your own tropical ambiance on the patio, backyard or anywhere you have space!
In case you missed it, the first part was all about how to easily take care of potted hibiscus. As I mentioned in that post, I have been experimenting and growing Hibiscus for over eight years now, and have found the best ways to take care of them so they grow big and healthy. When we lived in Southern California, they grew easily and abundantly. In Texas, it takes more effort to keep them beautiful, but it can be done!
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Now, taking care of your plant is one part, but potting it is also crucial. You want to ensure the plant has the best chance for growth and survival. Most of you know that I am a scientist, so I experiment and research every detail of a topic to make sure I bring you the most correct information. So, now I am going to share with you how to pot hibiscus step by step!
Quick chemist note before we start → I studied horticulture in college while getting my chemistry degree. Most of this information is what was taught and information we researched. A few of my garden tips and tricks are also from trial and error, which I share the most tried and true method. At Chemistry Cachet, you can always find easy, non-technical gardening tips! 🙂 Feel free to reach out with questions too!