By: J Walker
96 pages, 25cm 96 100col.ill. Cloth
Hibiscus come in a wide range of shapes and sizes, from low-growing plants, to shoulder height shrubs and even large trees. The huge number of hybrids, species and varieties that are available mean that the colour, shape, height, spread and foliage is almost limitless. This book provides a guide to growing hibiscus successfully. There is information on cultivation, pruning, year-round maintenance, common problems and how to combat pests and diseases. There are also chapters on discussing different species, their suitability for different climates, in particular colder temperate regions, and hwo to grow hibiscus in containers.
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