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Red Hibiscus- picture by Crystal Myles

Red Hibiscus- picture by Crystal Myles

Black Dragon Hibiscus

Black Dragon Hibiscus

My wife was given this pot plant way back in July as a retirement gift- it was flowering then and is still going strong, as you can see. We’ve not removed it from its pot or packaging, nor fed it, just added a little water now and again and placed it on a bright window sill.

True to to its name- Hibiscus longiflora-  it’s been putting on a show for some 7 months and there are plenty more flower buds on the way.

I’m amazed, but you might not be- do you have any experiences of long flowering plants; is there a world record?

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