fast growing plant, hibiscus prefer well drained rich soil and regular watering. Thoroughly water to moisten the entire root-ball each time you water. Allow the soil to become slightly dry between watering approximately to a depth of between 1/2″ deep for small containers to 1″ deep for large containers. Never keep the soil soggy. Avoid using a saucer or empty any excess water from it 30-40 minutes after watering.
Fertilize hibiscus monthly with a general-purpose fertilizer or organic fertilizers like vermicompost or bio compost.
Prune the dwarf hibiscus tree occasionally to maintain the desired shape. Although dwarf hibiscus won’t need a lot of pruning, trimming branch tips will encourage a compact, bushy shape. Prune dead or spindly branches. Keep the dwarf hibiscus neat by removing dead leaves and plant debris. Keeping the plant neat will not only look better, but will help to prevent pest problems.