Blue hibiscus


The “blue Hibiscus” is a gorgeous evergreen shrub belonging to the Malvaceae family and is a native to Western Australia. These plants prefer the coastal shrubland’s sands and produce big flowers which bloom almost all year long. This flowering shrub looks amazing in xeric and oasis landscape gardens.

details & care
  • Water:               Moderate
  • Light:                Bright
  • Growth Rate:      Fast
  • Air Purifying:      No
  • Pet Friendly:       Yes
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Blue hibiscus Plant, and Care Guide

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Blue hibiscus Plant

The blue flowers of plants are not blue as mentioned by their common name, but are often purple flowers, mauve, pink, cream, white, or lilac.

The petals of the blue hibiscus plant overlap slightly and have five-star pistils with yellow anthers. Moreover, the plant blooming time is usually during the early or late spring season.

Its big colored flowers look stunning against an open and sparely branched canopy. Also, this short-lived, evergreen, tender shrub looks amazing as a small patio tree in raised planters and a large pot in well-drained soil.

Care guide

Light: Place this plant in a location with good sun exposure. It grows wonderfully in a sunny spot. However, it also grows well in shade.

Water: The blue hibiscus rapidly grows without the need for much water. It needs low to moderate watering once established.

Soil: Blue hibiscus plant is tolerant to almost all soil types but grows best in sandy, light well-drained soil with a proper drainage system.

Temperature: Hibiscus blue like temperatures between 60-85°F. If temperatures fall below 50°F, most growth and blooming will stop, and flower size will be smaller and deformed.

Fertilizer: This plant is well adapted to alkaline soil and hence does not need a lot of supplemental fertilizer. However, you can add mulch around the root zone to help keep the soil cooler in summer and protect its roots.

Growing tips for the blue hibiscus plant

  • Avoid repotting the plant immediately after receiving it. We have taken care of the plant with a better pot and rich soil.
  • For 3-7 days, keep the plant in indirect sunlight.
  • Keep checking the soil moisture.
  • Keep the plant hydrated.
  • Do not overwater your plant.

Additional information

Plant Name

Blue hibiscus

Common Name

Blue Hibiscus, Purple Delight Blue Hibiscus

Native Area

Western Australia

Plant size

6-10" inches

Plant Type

Flowering plant


Sunny spot

Bloom time

Early or late spring

Difficulty level



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