Hibiscus acetosella – Cranberry Hibiscus (4″ pot)


Ships in a 4″ pot.

The leaves are often described as being similar to those of a maple tree. They have a lobed shape with several pointed segments, giving them a hand-like appearance with fingers. The edges of the leaves are slightly serrated or toothed, adding to their unique texture and appearance.

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Hibiscus acetosella thrives in full sun to partial shade, in well draining soil that is slightly acidic. You should water regularly with a balanced, slow-release fertilizer. Prune in late winter or early spring to encourage bushy growth. It’s a warm-weather plant that enjoys a consistent, moderate to warm climate (60-85°F). This plant is native to tropical regions of Africa and belongs to the Malvaceae family. 

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