Hibiscus don't survive freezing temperatures--but you can bring them indoors as a houseplant in cold-winter climates.
Our hibiscus are perfect for giving your balcony, deck, patio, or porch a bold look all spring, summer, and fall. These tropical plants don't withstand freezing temperatures, however -- so if you live in an area that regularly experiences frosty or freezing conditions, you'll need to bring your plant inside to protect it.
If you have an especially bright spot in your home that has abundant natural or artificial light, you may be able to keep your hibiscus happy over winter as a houseplant. See our winter hibiscus care tips.
If you live in an area that doesn't typically see frost every year, you can keep your plant outdoors all winter -- either as a landscape plant or growing in a large container.