Aphids on hibiscus

Aphids on hibiscus

Aphids on hibiscus  are not beautiful and annoy every gardener. They are mostly black aphids.

They cause unsightly discoloration on the leaves and these can die off or cripple. The best remedy for aphids on hibiscus  is good and constant prevention. A healthy plant has enough protective mechanisms. Therefore, make sure that your plants are healthy and strengthened and that they grow up under perfect circumstances and conditions, because only healthy plants have enough protective mechanisms to defend themselves against insects, pests and other diseases.

Aphids on hibiscus
Aphids on hibiscus

Aphids on hibiscus brief info:

The hibiscus is a plant from the mallow family. There are around 700 species worldwide. Usually the hibiscus occurs naturally in tropical and subtropical regions of the world. The hibiscus originally comes from Asia. It is an annual or perennial herb. It occurs as a shrub or a tree. The hibiscus is used as an ornamental plant in gardens and parks. There is also hibiscus flower tea.

Fighting aphids on hibiscus:

  • Keep quinces warm, sunny and dry
  • Avoid wet parts of the plant
  • Make sure there is sufficient air supply
  • Use beneficial insects to protect against aphids on hibiscus
  • Sprinkle with soapy water or neem

Proven remedy against aphids on hibiscus

These remedies always help against aphids on hibiscus in an emergency:

Fight aphids on hibiscus with beneficial insects 

They can also  fight aphids on hibiscus with beneficial insects. Make sure that there is always enough space for beneficial insects to retreat and that they give you the chance to reproduce in your garden. Aphids on hibiscus  are often eaten by beneficial insects. The beneficial insects are the aphid’s natural enemy.

Fight aphids on hibiscus 

In this article you can read what you  can do against aphids on hibiscus and how you  can take action against aphids on hibiscus . Aphids on hibiscus  are easy to control. For example, beneficial insects or various home remedies can be used. Do not use chemical agents until the last resort in the fight against aphids on hibiscus.