How big does a hibiscus tree grow?

Answer Hibiscus trees (hibiscus rosa) are fast growing trees that can reach heights of 25 feet (7.6 m) or more. They grow primarily in tropical areas and produce large green leaves and large, brightly col... Read More »

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How tall does a hibiscus tree grow?

Tropical hibiscus trees can grow 10 to 15 feet tall. Hybrids tend to be slightly shorter. Factors affecting hibiscus growth include climate, amount of sunlight and whether the plant is in the groun... Read More »

How tall will a hibiscus tree grow?

Hibiscus trees can grow to be as tall as 20 feet. Other types of hibiscus are low to the ground with branches that spread out. There are many different varieties that produce multiple colors of flo... Read More »

Does a hibiscus tree like sun or shade?

The hibiscus tree grows well in the full sun, but can grow and bloom with partial shade. The hibiscus can receive just two hours of direct light per day and maintain its healthy look and flowers.Re... Read More »

Does the hibiscus plant grow from seed or bulb?

Hibiscus plants grow from seeds sown after the last frost. To produce more plants, the Clemson University Extension Service suggests two other propagation methods: dividing plants in the spring or ... Read More »