Rose Of Sharon Is Edible, Not Just For Show

Rose Of Sharon Is Edible
Rose Of Sharon Is Edible, Not Just For Show

Nutty Flavored Hibiscus (Rose Of Sharon)! #roseofsharon #ruralmoney #rural #money #ruralareas

Most people don’t think about eating flowers, but Rose of Sharon is edible and it is quite tasty and eaten worldwide in food and beverages.

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For another edible flower in your garden, consider planting Rose of Sharon.

It is a long time garden favorite of my mother and mine.

Hibiscus Syriacus (Latin) is a medium to large-sized shrub or small tree that produces masses of single or double flowering blooms in a variety of colors; white, pink, red, purple and blue.

Blossoms appear in late Summer and have a nutty flavor to them.

Pick the flower buds in the morning and put them in the refrigerator.

They will open when you take them out later to use.

I am building my homestead food forest and ornamental garden with Fast Growing Trees, so visit them for the best fruit trees, etc.!

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