Hibiscus

Description

What all do you need to know about Hibiscus

Hibiscus is a genus of the flowering plants in the mallow family called Malvaceae. It contains almost several hundred species of flowers and usually are known to grow in the warm and temperate climate.

The leaves of the Hibiscus are alternate and ovate and are often toothed with a lobed margin.The flowers are large and trumpet shaped with five or more petals and they differ in colors ranging from pink, white, red, blue and many more.The fruit of the tree is a dry lobed capsule that contains several seeds in each lobe which fall when the capsules open. They are red and white colored.

Taxonomy

A mass plantation of hardy Hibiscus makes a lovely hedge in homes

A mass plantation of hardy Hibiscus makes a lovely hedge in homes

There are several hundreds of species of Hibiscus that are found all over the world.The Hibiscus rosa-sinensis is the main species from which a number of different species evolve and are distributed all over the world.

Distribution

The red hibiscus is cultivated all across the world, but is mainly found in Asia. The Hibiscus genus contains around 200 species which are distributed all around the tropical and subtropical regions.Hibiscus has also been cross breeded to produce different varieties of Hibiscus that are grown all throughout the world.

Habitat

Because of their ability to remain evergreen mostly all throughout the year, the Hibiscus plants thrive in plenty of sunshine

Because of their ability to remain evergreen mostly all throughout the year, the Hibiscus plants thrive in plenty of sunshine

The Hibiscus is mainly found to grow in the South Pacific.It is known to be the state flower of Hawaii and they grow in abundance .They grow in humid and temperate climate and are around 15 feet tall.Hibiscus plans do not grow in cold regions.

Cultivation

Hibiscus is known to grow in sandy loamy soil. Hibiscus prefers neutral to slightly acidic soil and a temperature below 20 degrees and 12- 13 hours of sunlight during the first 5 months of growth.Hibiscus plants also require a monthly rainfall ranging from 5 to 10 inches during the first four months of growth.

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