Hibiscus heterophyllus – Native Rosella seeds x10


Edible Jam Evergreen Drought Tolerant

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Native Rosella

Hibiscus heterophyllus

(This plant is not on the Australian Noxious Weed List.)

A native of eastern Australian open forests from the south coast of New South Wales to the north coast of Queensland east of the Great Dividing Range. It is drought hardy but dislikes frosts.

One of the 40 species endemic to Australia, this shrub grows 3 to 6 metres high. The leaves are 20 cm long by 10 cm wide and linear to oval shaped either entire or 3-lobed. The flowers are large, up to 15 cm across and of typical hibiscus shape and appear from spring through summer.

The flower buds can be made into a delicious jam and the Aboriginal people used other parts of the plant as a food source.

Offered is a packet of 10 seeds and Grownotes to assist you to cultivate this handsome shrub/tree.

All my seed is posted in bubble wrap protection.

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Terms & Conditions.

Ole Lantana Seeds will not be responsible whatsoever for actions taken by the customer after receipt of the goods, this includes germination results, crop performance or loss as these are beyond the control of Ole Lantana Seeds.

International buyers are responsible for knowing their countries importation laws.

NOTE: In order to protect our existing stock from outside contamination, we do not accept returns.

Item specifics

Plant Habit:
Ground cover, Clumping perennial
Common Name: Native Rosella
Climate: Sub-tropical, Temperate, Tropical Season of Interest: Spring
Sunlight: Full Sun Watering: Medium
Genus: Hibiscus Type: Shrub
Foliage: Evergreen Soil pH: Neutral
Species: heterophyllus Soil Type: Clay, Loam, Sand
Plant Hardiness Zone (°C): 5 (5 to 10 °C)


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