Advice 1: How to transplant a Chinese rose

Chinese rose is actually not a rose, but a relative of the mallow, also known as hibiscus "manufacturer" healthy tea hibiscus. Growers love the hibiscus large flowers – bright, Terry. Besides, the plant is very unpretentious, the main thing – to strictly adhere to some simple rules of care. One of the most important is the correct transplant hibiscus.
How to transplant a Chinese rose
You will need
  • pots
  • soil mixture
  • - concrete block,
  • - charcoal
  • shears for trimming branches,
  • - a wand-bearing,
  • - plastic film.
Young Chinese roses, grown from cuttings each spring should be transplanted into a pot slightly larger than the previous one. You need to cook nutritious soil mixture for transplanting hibiscus, taking three pieces of hardwood land four pieces of turf and one part humus earth and sand. You can add pieces of charcoal.
When transplanting young plants is recommended to cut branches for a third of the length - it promotes growth of new shoots. Very quickly at the ends of the fresh, emerging after transplantation of shoots will arise hibiscus flower buds. Moreover, pruning facilitates the formation of a Bush a beautiful shape due to the formation of a greater number of flowering side shoots. The cuttings left after pruning, it is possible to root – you will get new bushes Chinese rose.
In the spring or summer to replant in larger pots it is recommended that adults hibiscus. They need the same soil mix as the young Chinese roses, but at the bottom of the pot additionally, you can pour concrete block is able to protect long roots from too much moisture.
Adult plants need to prune all the shoots and stretched out over the winter branch.
Adult Chinese rose, in contrast to the "youth", can be transplanted annually. However, each year should change the top layer of soil on fresh.
Special care should be taken to transplant a large and thick Bush Chinese rose. Before the migration of the flower should be watered abundantly. Remove the plant should be with the old soil ball. It is necessary to fill with fresh soil and push the pot to the top and then tamp the new soil. It is recommended to put a stick-a support to a large Bush was not over and continued to grow right. Then you need watering the plant and cover the roots with plastic wrap for a few days.
Hibiscus likes loose soil.
Useful advice
In summer, Chinese rose to stand on the balcony, because the flower need a lot of light.

If you regularly fertilize and water the hibiscus, it will frequently delight you with beautiful large flowers.

Advice 2 : How to grow house Chinese rose

Chinese rose is called the one species of hibiscus, Chinese hibiscus. This plant is a shrub of the family Malvaceae, the lifetime of which in good conditions can exceed twenty years. Chinese rose is not particularly demanding in terms of content plant. With regular watering and timely transplanting Chinese hibiscus enhances any room with its lush flowers.
How to grow house Chinese rose
You will need
  • - cuttings of Chinese roses;
  • - expanded clay;
  • peat land;
  • - ground sheet;
  • - sand;
  • loam;
  • - humus soil.
Hibiscus can grow as cuttings and seeds, but Chinese rose at home easier to grow from rooted cuttings, a cut in the middle or late summer. For cuttings cut shoots with a length of about ten centimeters. It is desirable that the escape had three or four sheet. If they be more, separate from the escape portion of the leaves or cut each lamina half. This way you will prevent the drying out of the cutting.
For rooting cuttings of Chinese roses provide a container with a drainage hole or a layer of expanded clay on the bottom. Mix the substrate from the same quantity of river sand, peat, leaf soil and put a layer of this mixture on top of the drainage.
Moisten the substrate and put the cuttings zaglubit them in the soil for one or half an inch. Rooted shoots will feel much better if you cover them with a glass jar or a transparent film.
Some growers use when growing Chinese rose another widespread method of rooting in pooled water. If you prefer it that way, drop into the water a tablet of activated charcoal to prevent rotting of the cuttings. However, for Chinese rose this method of rooting is not recommended.
After the cuttings of hibiscus will root they can be planted in individual pots. Plants under five years of age, are transplanted each year, so for newly rooted cuttings pick up a small pot.
The drainage layer put the mixture of four parts peat, three parts of the leaf and part of the humus of the earth. Add in the substrate, one part sand and plant the plant in the prepared mixture.
Pair Chinese rose permanent place with good lighting. Summer hibiscus require generous watering. If the air in the room where growing Chinese rose, dry, spray the plant. In winter, do not water the hibiscus too often, but make sure that the ground doesn't dry out.
In vivo Chinese rose is a shrub, but the plant is grown in a room can be shaped in the form of miniature trees. To do this, cut the side branches, until the hibiscus reaches the desired height, after which presidnete the top and form a compact crown of several side branches. Trim Chinese rose should be in February.
Is the advice useful?