Red Hibiscus Roselle Organic Seeds – Heirloom, Open Pollinated, Non GMO – Grow Outdoors

US $8.50

Red Hibiscus Roselle Organic Seeds – Heirloom, Open Pollinated, Non GMO – Grow Outdoors
— Original Package, 50 Seeds Of Each Pack

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    Red Hibiscus Roselle Organic Seeds – Heirloom, Open Pollinated, Non GMO – Grow Outdoors
    100% Organic Seeds We offer the highest quality 100% organic seeds online at the best price. All our seeds are non GMO and are harvested using sustainable practices. Most folks don’t need hundreds of single crop seeds for their backyard gardens. We offer smaller batches so you can grow different fruits, vegetables, herbs and spices.

    Beginner's Guide to Growing Red Hibiscus Roselle

    Hey folks! Ready to dive into growing some gorgeous Red Hibiscus Roselle? Awesome! Let's keep it simple and get those green thumbs to work.

    Step 1: Gather Your Gear

    Grab these goodies:

    • Red Hibiscus Roselle organic seeds (make sure they're heirloom, open-pollinated, and non-GMO)
    • Soil or compost
    • Pots or planting containers
    • Watering can or hose
    • A sunny spot in your garden

    Step 2: Planting Party!

    1. Pick the Perfect Spot: Find a sunny spot in your garden. These beauties love soaking up the sun, so give 'em plenty of it.
    2. Prep the Soil: If you're using pots, fill 'em up with soil. If you're planting in the ground, make sure the soil is nice and cozy for your seeds.
    3. Plant Those Seeds: Dig small holes and pop your seeds in, about a quarter-inch deep. If you're using pots, you can plant a few seeds in each, just give 'em some space.
    4. Water Time: Give your seeds a good drink of water. Keep the soil moist, but don't drown it!

    Step 3: TLC Time

    1. Keep 'Em Watered: Water your plants regularly, especially when it's dry out. Aim for moist soil, not soggy.
    2. Let the Sunshine In: Make sure your plants get lots of sunlight, at least 6-8 hours a day. They thrive on those sunbeams!
    3. Feed 'Em Right: Give your plants some organic fertilizer every few weeks to keep 'em happy and healthy. Follow the instructions on the pack.
    4. Snip Snip: Trim away any dead leaves to keep your plants looking fresh and perky.

    Step 4: Harvest Happiness

    When those beautiful flowers start blooming, it's time to harvest:

    1. Wait for the Blooms: Let those flowers show off their beauty before you start picking.
    2. Pick Those Calyces: Look for the fleshy coverings around the seed pods, called calyces. Harvest 'em when they're nice and plump.
    3. Dry 'Em Out: Lay your calyces in a warm, airy spot to dry out. Patience, young gardener!

    Step 5: Enjoy the Fruits of Your Labor

    You did it! Now you can admire your Red Hibiscus Roselle in the garden and enjoy its tangy goodness in teas, jams, and whatever else you fancy. Keep on experimenting and having fun in the garden!

    Remember, gardening's all about getting your hands dirty and having a blast, so don't be shy to try new things. Happy growing, pals!