Fertilizing hibiscus plants

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Fertilizing hibiscus plants

Post by judi59hhs » Mon Jul 27, 2015 11:20 am

What is best for fertilizing hibiscus plants planted outdoors? Also, when is best time for fertilizing and moving peonies Thank you. We live in Grottoes, Va., near Andre's place. John McCoy

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Re: Fertilizing hibiscus plants

Post by lorijones » Tue Jul 28, 2015 2:00 pm

We recommend Espoma Plant-tone for both peonies and Hibiscus. Just broadcast it in the spring and again fall at the rate recommended on the bag. It is best to wait until the peonies begin to die back before you dig, divide, and move them. Late September through October is a good time to do this.

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