Planting Hibiscus plants outside in containers rather than in the ground

I WAS READING ON SOME SITE ..NOT YOURS,ASKING ABOUT GROWING &PLANTING HIBISCUS, AND IT STATED IN FLORIDA IT WAS BEST TO GROW THEM IN CONTAINERS OUTSIDE RATHER THAN IN THE GROUND..ANY TRUTH TO THAT ??? I WOULD RATHER DO THAT B'CAUSE I AM PLAGUED WITH FIRE ANTS..WHICH MAINTANANCE CAN'T GET RID OF, SO THOUGHT I'D TRY CONTAINER GARDENING, BUT NEVER HEARD OF PUTTING HIBISCUS IN A POT. I LIVE IN ZIP CODE 33773..LARGO FL ..IN THE TAMPA BAY AREA. I BELIEVE IT'S ZONE 9..THANKS

Submitted by jcouts3

Hi, Well in your zone I don't know why someone would suggest growing them in containers. You should be able to successfully grow them both in the ground and in containers as long as your temps don't drop below freezing.


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