Hibiscus Rosella


Hibiscus rosella loves the heat.
It is a beautiful plant and can be used for aesthetic appeal, as well as to harvest for teas, and the leaves and petals are edible.
The flowers attract pollinators and are loved by bees. They are easy to grow from seed. The flavour is similar to a mix of cranberry and a raspberry.

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Planting Season: Spring/Summer (Full Sun)
Harvest: April/May
Distance between plants: 30 – 40cm
Distance between rows: 60cm – 1m
Seed depth in the ground: 2cm
Edible parts of the plant: Leaves, flowers, calyx and seed (used for pectin when making rosella jam).
Calyx for use in teas, jams, cordials when it is red and plump
Growing Tips: It can be grown very well in containers and pots, or in the ground.
Italian flat leaf parsley originates from the Mediterranean region.
Flat leaf parsley is easier to wash than curly parsley and has a stronger flavour.
The stems can be included in soups as they also have strong flavour.
For balcony gardens plant in a pot 20cm depth & diameter or larger.
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