Whiteflies on hibiscus


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Aug 3, 2021
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A month or so back I bought a hibiscus plant for my sulcata, Hades, and it was doing well for a while. He loves both the leaves and flowers, I think its one of his favorite foods I've given him. But, recently the buds or blooms that havent even opened yet have been falling off. I looked at one that just fell off this morning, and saw a little white bug in it. So naturally, I searched all over google and anywhere I could to get information. They're called whiteflies, but I haven't gotten any straight answers for how to safely and naturally remove them, without harming Hades when he eats it. Does anyone have any idea on how to do this? I just want my little buddy to be able to still snack on his flowers. If anyone could help it would be greatly appreciated!


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5 Year Member
Jul 30, 2018
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Richmond, VA
Try spraying them off with the stream setting on your garden hose. You have to hold the them stem with your off hand and it usually knocks them off.

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