Why Are Leaves Yellowing On Hibiscus?
There can be many reasons for the leaves being yellow. Extreme environmental changes can be one such reason. If the plant is being potted from an external to an internal environment or vice versa, yellowing may occur. The appropriate soil should be used. If you are having hibiscus as a house-plant it needs to have designer soil that are specifically treated and pasteurized so that it can be as useful as simple garden soil. Moreover, too wet, too dry and too dark conditions also results in wilting and yellowing of its leaves. It needs at least 13 hours of light. If its too dark inside then try having some artificial light.