Hibiscus Plants can be found outdoors in tropical and sub-tropical areas throughout the world. Hibiscus Plants also do well as indoor houseplants in warm, temperate climates. There are hundreds of varieties of Hibiscus Plants and all bloom indoors when given the right conditions, though the flowers may be smaller than if the Hibiscus Plant had been grown outdoors. Many of the new varieties of Hibiscus Plants are hybrids grown from tissue cultures in the greenhouse. Hibiscus Plants, upright, woody bushes with dark glossy maple-leaf shaped foliage, bear beautiful flowers in hundreds of color combinations such as orange, red, yellow, pink, and white. The size of the blooms on Hibiscus HousePlants may be as small as 2” or as large as 10”-12.” A Hibiscus Bush can reach 1ft-15ft in height depending on whether it’s planted in a pot or outside in the ground. Hibiscus Plants can also be used as a topiary or bonsaiLearn how to grow bonsai plants, and which plants make the best bonsai plants at Houseplant411.com Plant.