Question: How can I get more of my perennial hibiscus plants? I really like one I got in a mixture.

Answer: They can be divided, although you’ll need to be patient. If you lift the plant in late winter, before the new growth begins, and carefully cut it into two or three pieces, you can gradually increase your numbers. You might also check seed catalogs. Most of the newer hybrids are available as individual colors. You might be able to get many more plants in a hurry that way.

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