How to Transplant and Care for Hibiscus With Ease

Everyone likes to have flowers like hibiscus in their home; especially girls love them very much. You can plant your own hibiscus in garden, but everyone can’t make it. Hence they used to buy them from market. Some farmers also sell their hibiscus in market to earn money. They need to transplant them from their garden to the market. It is really a hard and difficult task to do.

  • Person who is having their own hibiscus garden can realize the difficulty in transplanting them safely. They have to do the process daily. You need to transplant most of the flowering hibiscus plants for many reasons. The following suggestions will help you in do that in a simple and safer way.

  • You need to transplant them during the right time for their safety. There are different seasons and you have to consider them a lot to successfully transplant your plants from garden. Late spring and autumn are most recommended seasons. It will easily work on these periods because soil will be moist and so soft to carry out the work. You can do the transplantation work at any time if you are not having any changes in the seasons.
  • You should also know about the growth cycle of your plants so that you can transplant them easily. This will help to prevent experiencing shocks for your hibiscus flowers. In plants, transplantation usually causes distress and disturbance in its growth. In some cases it will also leads to death of the plants.
  • Get ready with some new flowerbed or pots or containers for your hibiscus. Then dig a deep hole which should be large enough to get your whole hibiscus plant with its root ball.
  • Then carry out the process of transplanting the flowers. Now you can dig your hibiscus plants from their old place and you can place in the new flowerbed or containers which you have already. Make sure that you kept the root ball in contact with the soil and you have to do this carefully. Don’t expose their root very long outside so that sunlight can shine on them. This will affect their further growth. Then add some bone meal or fertilizer to its roots and cover them with soil to protect it. You should put more soil to cover them up to their stem and there should also be more spaces to breath.

You can have many reasons with you for transplanting them to other places. Sometime you want to give a new look to your garden or you may need to place them in a sunny place. It may be any reason but you must make sure that you are doing it in a right time.

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About the Author: Greenery always attracts Arthur Kunkle. He has a big garden where he plants many fruits and vegetables. His passion for gardening motivates him to write and share different tips on gardening.

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