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A traditional bushfood treat, early pioneer's used Rosella to made jams. Not officially a native of Australia, as the Rosella plant is found in Taiwan and many Asian countries.
The Wild Rosella, although not a native, has been around since pioneering days. The flower (calyx) is used for making jams and relishes. The leaves can also be used in salads or as a spinach substitute. The Wild Rosella grows quickly and will produce an abundance of flowers about 10 cm across. Wild Rosella is best grown as an annual and has similar growing requirements to tomatoes, needing a warm summer, and no frost. This packet contains 30 viable seeds and propagation notes.
75g Dried rosella petals