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Roselle (Hibiscus) Seeds



Grow edible hibiscus for tea! Harvest the large calyces for fresh or dried teas, jams, syrups, or salads. Enjoy them raw or cooked with other greens and meat.

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Plant from May-July, flowering occurs around the Fall equinox triggered by shortening days.
The earlier planted, the larger the plants will get before flowering.
Harvested from Thanksgiving to New Year.
Start in nursery and transplant into field/garden.
They can get BIG (4' wide and 4' tall).
Avoid water-logged soils and over-irrigating as can die in such conditions from Phytophthora.
Few other disease issues, aphids, and/or mealy bugs can become an issue.

Roselle seeds germinate sporadically, so we have put more seeds in each packet for your success.
Depth: 3/4""-1""
Spacing: 24""
Full sun
Days to Maturity: Harvest calyces 20 days after flowering. Plants take about 6 months to mature and flower.
Open Pollinated
20 seeds per packet

Grown in Hawaiʻi

Hawaiʻi Seed Growers Network

The Hawaiʻi Seed Growers Network is a statewide group of artisanal farmers that have worked together over the past 13 years to develop and grow high-quality, locally grown, and adapted seed varieties for Hawai‘i's home gardeners and market farmers. Varieties selected for their online marketplace have been tested for multiple years by seed growers on their farms and gardens under Hawai‘i's unique and diverse, subtropical climatic conditions. Seed growers carefully observe, hand select, and harvest from only the best plants to ensure well-adapted, healthy seeds sprout and grow well in your home garden. All seeds are open-pollinated (OP) varieties that allow you to begin saving your own seed, improving and strengthening these varieties in your home garden. Seeds are properly dried, tested for germination according to USDA standards, and carefully stored to ensure viability at N. Kohala Seed Bank, Nahelehele. Growing tips and seed-saving information are available on the Hawaiʻi Seed Growers Network website through the Blogs and Resource pages at: hawaiiseedgrowersnetwork.com.

Packets are made of paper and need to stay dry and in cool, dark storage.
Store in a cool, dry place with no moisture or the seeds will sprout.

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