Chinese rose, hibiscus rosa sinensis

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The Chinese rose, also called the daughter of the islands, is a plant of rare beauty offering a long flowering period.

In summary, what you need to know:

Last name : Hibiscus rosa-sinensis
Family : Malvaceae
Type : Houseplant

: 0.4 to 1.5 m (4 m in a natural environment)
Exposure : Bright
Foliage : Persistent indoors

Flowering : March to November

Used as a houseplant in our latitudes, it is found outdoors as long as the climate allows it, ie it never freezes in winter.

Planting the Chinese rose

If you buy your Chinese rose in bloom, do not repot the plant as you risk disturbing it. Thehibiscus rosa sinensis also likes to feel cramped.

  • The repotting of the Chinese rose is usually made in March, before the resumption of vegetation.
  • Choose a pot with a slightly larger diameter.
  • Put gravel or clay balls at the bottom of the pot to facilitate drainage.
  • Make an ideal mixture of potting soil and heather soil

If you want to plant your Chinese rose outdoors, it should not freeze in your area. Outdoor cultivation is therefore only reserved for regions with relatively mild winters and tropical climates.

  • Choose a sunny place sheltered from the wind
  • Plant your Chinese Rose in a mixture of potting soil, garden soil and heather soil.

If he freezes in your area, choose another hibiscus, thealthea or mauve in tree

Multiplication of the Chinese rose by Cuttings in spring or summer.

Caring for the Chinese rose

The Chinese rose will be all the more beautiful and flowery if you prune in early spring

Perform an intaglio in slightly reshaping the silhouette in March.

During the growing season, addfertilizer for flowering plants to stimulate growth and ensure your Chinese rose blooms spectacularly.

Watering the Chinese Rose

  • Watering in the fall and winter of the Chinese rose:

When the hibiscus goes into vegetative rest, start reducing watering to adapt it to the room temperature.

The cooler it is and the less water the plant needs

Conversely if the temperature is around 18 ° it will be necessary to provide more watering.

  • Watering in spring and summer of the Chinese rose:

It is during this period of growth that the water needs are greatest.

1 to 2 waterings per week should be sufficient

It is essential to do not flood the roots and let the soil dry out between two waterings.

Chinese rose diseases

  • The foliage of the Chinese rose tends to wilt and the leaves to turn inward:

It is often too much heat or too much exposure to the sun

If necessary, bathe the root ball in soft water

  • The leaves of hibiscus rosa sinensis are sticky and sticky and small insects invade the leaves:

This is an aphid attack, here is how to cure it

  • The flower buds fall before hatching:

It is often linked to too dry air. Avoid the proximity of a radiator or a window that is too sunny

Place the pot on a bed of pebbles or clay balls lightly covered with water

  • The leaves present a light cottony white down :

It’s probably a mealybug attack, here is advice and treatment

  • The leaves fall abnormally and suddenly:

It is an excess of water, it is necessary to wait until the soil is dry on the surface between 2 waterings

Avoid cold drafts or sudden temperature changes

Tip about the Chinese rose

To stimulate flowering, remove faded flowers as you go and add flower plant fertilizer as soon as the first flower buds appear.

  • To read: how to grow your hibiscus

Video: Dissection of China rose (July 2022).


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