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Japanese Rose Plant Care

Japanese Rose Plant Care

by Jessica Clarkson
japanese rose, chinese rose, hibiscus, indoor plants, plant care

The Japanese rose is also known as Chinese rose or hibiscus. It is a plant with oval-shaped, pointy, jagged leaves, with white, red, pink, yellow and occasionally orange flowers. It can be grown in the garden, on the terrace or indoors. When grown in flowerpots, it usually reaches 3-4 feet in height.

Japanese rose plant care

Water and humidity

When in bloom, the Japanese rose needs to be watered daily. In the summertime, sprinkle some water on the plant’s leaves (every couple of days) to keep it looking fresh. In the wintertime, it should be watered less frequently (only once a week).


In order to bloom, the Japanese rose needs an ambient temperature of maximum 70 degrees Fahrenheit or 20 degrees Celsius. In the wintertime, it needs to be kept at a room temperature above 50 degrees Fahrenheit or 10 degrees Celsius.

Don’t keep the Japanese rose at high temperatures and water it only when the soil at the surface is dry.


It is best to keep the flowerpot as close to the window as possible, so that the plant can benefit from direct sunlight. If it doesn’t get enough light during the blooming period, the Japanese rose will not bloom. During the summertime, place the plant in a semi-shade.


Plant multiplication takes place from spring to autumn, each withered flower being replaced by a new bud.

If you wish to multiply the Japanese rose, place a cutting in a glass of water and remove it only when the roots start showing, then plant in soil.

Every 3 to 5 years, the plants need to be transferred to other pots. The Japanese rose will grow best in humus-rich compact soils.

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