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Roselle—Hibiscus sabdariffa L.

MV126/HS659 by James M. StephensNovember 6th, 2018

Safe Salinity Levels for Irrigation of Two Ornamental Crops: Hibiscus and Mandevilla

AE574/AE574by Young Gu Her and E. Vanessa VassilarosJune 22nd, 2022This publication introduces the findings from a recent study conducted to find safer levels of water salinity in the irrigation of two economically important foliage crops: Hibiscus rosa-sinensis and Mandevilla splendens. Written by Young Gu Her and E. Vanessa Vassilaros, and published by the UF/IFAS Department of Agricultural and Biological Engineering, June 2022.

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Plant Disease Update for Commercial Plant Producers

Liz FelterFebruary 21st, 2023Cercospora leaf spots are a common issue affecting many ornamental crops like hostas, hydrangea, hibiscus, pansy, verbena, gardenia, and others. However, starting in the Fall of 2022, an increase in damage caused by the pathogen in Spathiyphyllum plants appeared. Spots are first noticeable on older leaves at the bottom of the plant and then spread upward. […]

The second hibiscus dimension – foliage color

Ralph MitchellJuly 27th, 2022While all hibiscus are created equal, we all have our favorite flower colors, sizes, and shapes.  The tropical hibiscus is one of the most popular shrubs in our area due to its variety and color.  From low, spreading types to upright forms, hibiscus can be used all over your landscape.   Beyond the flower color, there […]

Roselle Hibiscus—The Florida Cranberry

Hannah WootenDecember 10th, 2021I know you know the tropical hibiscus flower. Perhaps you have enjoyed some hibiscus tea? It is a more popularized way of drinking up this flavorful flower, but it has many more uses than you may know of! One such use is a cranberry flavored sauce, a taste to relish. The Florida cranberry hibiscus could […]

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