[TP/75-85Â°/7-14 days/sun/36-60 in./tp] Beautiful 3-5 ft. plants with red stems and leaf veins. The bright red calyxes can be used to make "zingy" tea, sauce or jam. Roselle was called "Florida cranberry" in the 1890s. The flowers and young leaves are edible and have a citrus tang. The only variety in several trials to begin flowering by mid-summer here in Virginia. Pkt (0.6 g, 20 seeds)
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