One of the reasons why hibiscus are not in a hurry to please the grower lush blooms, may be the lack of necessary conditions in the dormant period. The evergreen shrubs, among which belongs the flower, also called Chinese rose, the rest period is not expressed as clearly as in the species which shed by the foliage. However, in 2-3 months when daylight is short, the flower stops growing and it provides almost no new leaves. During this period, the little flower watered, and the temperature of the air in the room where the plant was reduced to 15°. In such circumstances, China rose provides flower buds. Too warm of winter maintenance can lead to the fact that closer to the summer hibiscus will not bloom.

To save a decorative Chinese rose needs the nutrients. During the growing season make them into the substrate, producing regular fertilization with mineral and organic fertilizers, and once a year, the plant needs a complete replacement of the soil. Spring flower transplanted into a freshly prepared mixture of one part sand, the same amount of humus and peat lands and a couple of pieces of sod land. Depleted substrate and lack of summer feeding may be the reason that hibiscus has not flowered in the allotted time. If the plant increases the green mass, but gives buds, soil lacks boron and phosphorus.

It may happen that the hibiscus begins to drop buds. This is due to several stress factors. These include watering plants water low temperature, air draughts or dry air. Even changing the position of the flower relative to the light source can lead to the fact that they are ready to open up the Bud separates from the branch. Such a situation can be avoided if you do not move the plant that's going to blossom, spray it separated by water, and for watering use water at room temperature.