Asked on Oct 2, 2017
My Father just recently passed away and he had two beautiful red hibiscus plants
next to their front door. The plant is over 6 feet tall.
I would love to have his hibiscus come up every year at my house.
I took a cutting of the plant about 2 feet long with a few flower buds.
I placed it in a large vase with cold water and it recovered right away.
One of the unopened flower buds even opened.
My question is should I cut more of the branches and stem off and replant those too>
Should I leave it in the water until it roots or should I just plant it in the ground
with some rooting hormone?
Also once it's growing outside will I need to cut it down each winter?