Hibiscus Flower Bloom
“Hibiscus” or “Javakusum” is A flowering plant belonging to the Malvaceae family of trees. Hibiscus’s Botanical name is Hibiscus rosa-sinensis which is also known as Chinese hibiscus, China rose, Hawaiian hibiscus, rose mallow, or shoeblack plant. These plants are usually found in a tropical, semi-tropical, and temperate regions of the world. It has both Annual and perennial verities and approx their 220 species are found.
Some of the Famous Species are…

Hibiscus syriascus

It is a hardy temporary shrub. It has 5 petal flowers and can bloom continuously. Pomegration from their seed, cutting, or cloning the original is easy. This flower is the national flower of South Korea and is mentioned in the national anthem of South Korea.

Hibiscus Cannabinus

Hibiscus Cannabinus is the species of hibiscus plant named “kenaf”. Its exact natural origin is unknown.

Hibiscus Sabdariffa

Hibiscus Sabdariffa is also known as Roselle and a very common name in Maharashtra is ambali. Its stem is used for the production of bast fiber and is commonly steeped to make a popular infusion known as carcade.
Hibiscus Flower In Home Garden



Some Of The Beautiful Hibiscus Flowers Can quickly grow in your home garden, terrace garden, or pots. Hibiscus plants are wonderful, its fragrance fills the atmosphere. It doesn’t matter if it is in a pot, on the terrace, or in the garden, its fragrance spreads everywhere.

Potted Hibiscus Sansar Green

Hibiscus Flower

The Hibiscus plant has very beautiful flowers and the process of flowering is also unique. Hibiscus flowers usually bloom at the night and fall down after one day from the plant. Some Of the species have Rainbow colors of flowers like orange, red, yellow, and pink, and also have multi colors. Purple and white hibiscus flowers are rare.
Sansar Green Orange Hibiscus


Hibiscus flowers are of many beautiful colors, some of which are also rare. Its specialty is that it can bloom in all kinds of weather, but more flowers come in the rainy season.

Pink Hibiscus flower

Why Hibiscus plant?

Hibiscus is Considered a lucky flower plant for a home. It is believed that it brings positivity at home and good fortune in India. It provides relief from stress and negativity. Purify the environment by absorbing carbon dioxide. Hibiscus also has scientific benefits and medicinal use too.
Hibiscus flower Booster

What Kind Of Care Do Hibiscus Plants Need?

The Hibiscus plant is an easy-growing plant but its requirement are different. It needs some different nutrients at a time to be grown up, healthy and to keep the flowers blooming. So the hibiscus plant needs to be care of… Hibiscus are sun-loving plants and without enough sun, they will struggle to bloom. If you have a plant that looks healthy, with green leaves but still isn’t blooming, try increasing the amount of sun it gets. Watering is compulsory for all types of plants some need alternatives and some of them need regular watering. Container hibiscus should be watered daily but garden hibiscus needs to be watered every other day.

Fertilization in Hibiscus 

Fertilizer provides essential nutrition to plants for better growth, producing more flowers and fruits on it. It is compulsory for all kinds of plants. Hibiscus plants from time to time need special or required nutrition like NPK, Potash, Urea, Dap Seaweed, etc. for their growth but excess of anything can harm your plants. Before Using NPK for the Hibiscus plant it is very important to know about the NPk ratio for the hibiscus. Hibiscus homemade fertilizer could be also used for feeding hibiscus in pots. The homemade fertilizer for hibiscus can easily be made by using kitchen waste like vegetable peel, dry leaves, and some cow dung. But in the busy world people don’t have that much time to spend on their plants, so they can use online natural fertilizer for hibiscus.
Sansar Green Hibiscus Magic Mixture fertilizer

Some of the useful Hibiscus fertilizer available in the online market is……

Hibiscus potting

Hibiscus plants need some acidic soil for their potting. Every plant consumes its nutrition from the soil like nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium sulfur, magnesium, calcium, etc. Hibiscus potting soil provides all kinds of nutrition as its requirement at plantation time but the nutrition slowly consumes by the plants so at a time they need food which is called fertilization to prove complete nutrition to the plants and soil too…

Sansar Green Hibiscus Potting Mixture

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