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Starter plant 6-12″ of Hibiscus sabdariffa – common names: roselle, Florida cranberry, Indian sorrel, Jamaican red sorrel. Roselle is a many-branched shrub-like annual that gets 4-7 ft tall and as broad. The dark green leaves are about 6 in across and dissected into 5 narrow lobes. The stems, branches, leaf veins, and petioles leaf stems are reddish purple. The hibiscus-like flowers, appearing in October, are red and 3 in across. At the bottom of each flower, enclosing the bases of the five petals, is a fleshy bright red cup-like structure. The calyces of roselle are used to make juices, sauces, jellies, wines and pies
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