Can I Plant Hibiscus Plants in Michigan?

Hibiscus can be grown in Michigan in containers or treated as annuals. These tropical shrubs cannot take freezing temperatures and must be overwintered indoors. Hibiscus is hardy in USDA zones 9 to 11, and Michigan is in zones 3 to 6.

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