- Beautiful plant producing aromatic ‘fruits’
- Use in drinks, baking and sauces
- Botanical name: Hibiscus sabdariffa
A native to India, Malaysia and West Africa, Rosella is a decorative plant that produces beautiful flowers that turn into red edible calyxes. These ‘fruits’ are used to flavour drinks, jams, jellies, wine, baking and sauces in many cuisines from the Caribbean to Africa, and Asia. The green leaves can be used like a spicy version of spinach.