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Best Organic Manure for Hibiscus Flower Bloom
April 9, 2015
3:09 pm
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greenlife
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Hello,

1) What are the best organic manures for Hibiscus? Gen. my plants are all healthy with lots of leaves and branches but they don't bloom.

2) While potting a new Hibiscus plant (stem propagated) what type of soil mix should I use?

3) Do you recommend to use chemical fertilizers? If Yes then any suggestion which one works best for Hibiscus.

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I have used Vermi compost but I think it didn't aided in blooming. It just made my plant more green and healthy.

I have been said to use Cow manure but cow manure is very tough to get in the area I live in. I live in Kolkata and this area is a concrete jungle.

Thank you
Om Namah Shivay, Om Namah Narayana :)

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June 22, 2015
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Hibiscus needs fertilizer that is low in phosphorus. Use oil cakes, compost , manure.
Chemical fertilizer low in phosphorus can be used. 13-5-25.. or something similar

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