Flowers

Stunning Yellow Hibiscus Growing in Apartment

2018-11-28 08:07 #0 by: Evelina

You guys, I am seriously impressed with this hibiscus plant. It gets a few new blooms weekly! Each flower is unique in its color and style. Do you see how this one has almost curly petals? How freaking cool is that? 🙌🏼🌺

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2018-11-28 10:00 #1 by: Niklas

My mom had a hibiscus tree that also flowered almost always. Hers was red-pink.

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2018-11-28 10:02 #2 by: Evelina

I am impressed. I thought they would be difficult to care for in this climate but I have had no problems so far. 😊

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2018-11-28 10:22 #3 by: Niklas

Swedes often have indoor temperatures around 22 degrees. 😉They can live outside too during summer.

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2018-11-28 10:30 #4 by: Evelina

Our indoor temps are 17 degrees because the student accommodation won’t turn up the heat 😱🙄 they don’t care about us students 😂

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2018-11-28 13:19 #5 by: Niklas

I would move out or start a fire on the floor if it was 17 degrees inside. I feel cold when it’s 21.

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2018-11-28 13:52 #6 by: Tammie

That is an absolutely beautiful flower!

Happy creating!

Tammie

Host of Paints and Crafts

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2018-11-28 13:54 #7 by: Tammie

#4 Can you get an electrical heater to help keep it warmer?

Happy creating!

Tammie

Host of Paints and Crafts

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2018-11-28 14:06 #8 by: Evelina

#7 we have one but it adds about 500kr onto our monthly bill. So we try to keep it off.

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2018-11-28 16:16 #9 by: Niklas

What if you put a grave candle in the room instead? One lasts about three days and you should be able to buy them at 10 SEK a piece. That would make around 100 SEK a month. Perhaps less environmentally friendly and you have to put it in a safe place.

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2018-11-28 16:23 #10 by: Niklas

It's probably a bad idea. You would likely need to ventilate and that would make it inefficient.

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