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Information on Hibiscus
|Information on hibiscus can essentially
be divided into two parts. The two categories of hibiscus information
are the tropical hibiscus and the hardy hibiscus. The tropical
hibiscus plant is confined to areas of the country that have
tropical climates such as Florida or Hawaii, or a green house.
The hardy hibiscus plant can thrive in climatic zones 4 through
on hibiscus plants can usually be obtained from garden centers,
local nurseries and from Universities that have botanical departments.
Another source for hibiscus information are Internet search
engines such as Google. When searching for information on hibiscus
plants, try to be as specific as possible. Libraries have hibiscus
information that is available in books and gardening magazines.
The graphic nature of printed material, and online pictures,
can enhance the information on hibiscus.
information on hibiscus that relates to flower color, plant
size, how to plant, and where to plant, are relatively easy
to find. More specific information such as PH requirements,
may take a little more research to find a knowledgeable source.
|Online information on hibiscus
is available by searching for information posted by universities,
nurseries, retailers, and wholesalers. As a general rule, retail
sites have good general information that relates to providing
a successful purchasing experience for their customers. University
and gardening sites are more likely to have targeted in-depth
information on specific problems, insects, and plant research.