Hibiscus Tea

Posted by Tammy Sons on 2nd Feb 2016

Monday, April 11

You've seen hibiscus flowers. They're showy, pretty and good summer plans. But from what part is hibiscus tea made? Not the leaves! And, not the bark as is the case with licorice tea. In this case, the tea is made from the sepals of the Hibiscus sabdariffa flower.

Another kind of hibiscus is used to make kenaf paper. If you've never grown hibiscus before, they're not hard to grow. The flowers are so large; they can perk up a small space rather quickly. Check out the rose of Sharon, one type of hibiscus, among our balled trees.