Hibiscus World

Hibiscus World

Hibiscus Specialist at Exotic Hibiscus Inc

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Location:
1370 Crescent Ave. Sw, LaBelle, Florida, United States
HQ Phone:
(863) 674-1903

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Member  - International Hibiscus Society

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Hibiscus World
Hibiscus World, as the name implies, is a hibiscus specialist and grower as well as a qualified horticulturists, which caters to both the wholesale and retail trade. Hibiscus World is a proud member of the nursery associations in Australia (QNIA, NIAA & NGIA) and the leading hibiscus societies of the world including the International Hibiscus Society, American Hibiscus Society and Australian Hibiscus Society (past President and life time member of the latter). Hibiscus World is truly a hibiscus specialist in every sense of the term. They grow all the best Australian native and deciduous hibiscus and many other hibiscus family species from around the world. The retail nursery markets it very own famous hibiscus food. Call in and try some on your plants, you will be amazed at the difference. Also, please do visit Hibiscus World's award winning, recently revamped web site http://www.hibiscus.tv; enter the Photo Album and revel in the many hundreds of high quality photos of hibiscus blooms with detailed information about each.

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As an 'absolute beginner' with Hibiscus, I hope that as I creep and go, learning bits and bobs along the way, I will eventually have a lovely array of potted Hibiscus, happy and healthy ones at that!
Hibiscus lined the roads and every garden had the single red and "Mrs. Given the difficulty we experienced in obtaining native hibiscus, we have worked with Hibiscus World and native hibiscus are now available within Australia with more to come. Since becoming a member of the IHS and learning more about Hibiscus, I have ventured into new areas, and now own my first group of "named" plants! In 1974, with little horticultural or business experience, we purchased a retail nursery which expanded to a wholesale nursery in Melbourne Victoria (cool region) specializing in Hibiscus. This nursery supplied 80,000 Hibiscus per year to the Chain stores in Victoria & New South Wales. In1980 we joined the Australian Hibiscus Society and became life members and developed a keen interest in the culture of Hibiscus in the warmer state of Queensland. The Aust H S is the official International Hibiscus Register and I was appointed in 1995 to the position of Registrar for Hibiscus (international). I also took the position of President of the Australian Hibiscus Society as well as being foundation Web Master and designer for the Aust H S, Show manager, Public Relations Officer, etc. These positions became overwhelming and I decided to resign form all but the positions of International Hibiscus Registrar and Hibiscus Evaluator. Computers being one of my interests, I created my first Hibiscus database on Dbase 2 which has now developed into a massive collection of over 7000 Hibiscus Cultivars with 700 photos and data (400mb) using MS Access 2000. We have created a very successful Wholesale Hibiscus Nursery which services all of Australia and many other countries, importing and exporting Hibiscus to countries such as India, Holland, America, England and the Pacific Islands. The local demand has compelled us to expand further into the retail sector and Hibiscus World has selected another 5 acre site (15 minutes away) for the retail sale of Hibiscus in its many forms such as hanging baskets, topiary, wind breaks, patio pots, Bonsai and many other forms of Hibiscus. Our aim is to learn from others and share this knowledge and experience with all who seek it and to do the best we can for the promotion of the World of Hibiscus. The humble Hibiscus puts food on our table, pays our bills and buys the things we need to live a simple life. Hibiscus have introduced us to so many close and trusting friends who also share our love for them. In the not too distant past Patricia and I saw ourselves as being an isolated island with Hibiscus and only a few near friends with whom we could share and suddenly with the advent of the computer internet and the Hibiscus mail lists we realize we are NOT on an isolated island but on top of the world, with so many wonderful Hibiscus fanciers from all over this world to share our love and experiences with, The Queen Of The Flowers, Hibiscus. To Hibiscus and all our Hibiscus friends we are deeply grateful and we salute you. Hibiscus World I live on 3/4 of an acre lake front property in Manitoba Canada. For as long as I can remember, I have been in "LOVE" with Hibiscus.

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