|When to sow||Spring / Autumn Sowing|
Hibiscus Subdantta. Frost tender annual, height to 2m.
The Rosella or “Queensland Jam Plant” is grown for its red, fleshy fruit, which are prized for the making of jelly and jams with a cranberry-like flavour. Requiring warm growing
season of at least 6 months, the Rosella is best grown in tropical / sub-tropical or warmer temperature climates but maybe successfully grown with care in cooler temperate areas.
When to grow:
Can be sown all year round in mild climate areas or Spring after the last frosts. In cooler areas Rosellas can be started early under glass or in mini greenhouses.