Hibiscus flowers usually only last for one day, opening in the morning and wilting late afternoon.
Water your Hibiscus flowers regularly. Keep moist, but do not over water. They will need to be watered daily in the blooming season.
Hibiscus rosa-sinensis is one of the most well known Hibiscus, and the flowers are large and beautiful.
Hibiscus moschatos is a very splendid marsh plant, producing several stems, each growing three to four feet high.
Hibiscus makes a pleasant red, rose or pink tea, that is tasting and very refreshing.
Using Hibiscus flowers for tea has been universally popular throughout history in a great many cultures.
Hibiscus are remarkable for the magnitude and elegant colors of their flowers, which appear very similar to those of the Hollyhock of China.
Hibiscus flowers are so attractive and graceful to look at coming in many colors and sizes,
Most people are not familiar with the wonderful weight loss qualities of Hibiscus tea.
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