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Hibiscus Flower is packed with Antioxidants that help fight compounds called free radicals,that cause damage to your cells. Several studies have shown that Hibiscus tea may lower both systolic and diastolic blood pressure. Drinking Hibiscus tea daily is a great way to help with weight loss,it contains anthocyanins, phenolic compounds and flavonoids that can help to: Regulate the genes involved in lipid metabolism,boosting fat elimination; Mitigate adipocyte hypertrophy,reducing the size of fat cells MORE BENEFITS: May help lower blood fat levels. May boost liver health May help with weight loss Contains compounds (Polyphenols). May help fight bacteria Aside from its multitude of possible health benefits,hibiscus tea is delicious and easy to prepare. HOW TO USE: Add dried flowers to a tea pot and pour boiling water over them.Letting them steep for 5 minutes,then strain sweeten if desired and enjoy. Hibiscus has a tart taste similar to that of cranberries.

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Hibiscus 'Midnight Marvel' is a 2012 release from our friends at Walters Gardens, which was the darkest purple foliage we'd seen on a hardy hibiscus to that point. Combine this amazing foliage with 8" wide, fire engine red flowers from June through September and you've got what we affectionately term a "wow" plant. Hibiscus 'Midnight Marvel' makes a 5'+ tall specimen that prefers moist soils but adapts well to all but the driest of garden conditions.

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Organic Dried Hibiscus Hibiscus flowers have a mildly sweet and slightly tangy flavor and lend a beautiful crimson color to hot or cold beverages. These are whole, organic dried, food-grade hibiscus flowers and can be used in your culinary recipes. These also add a beautiful touch of color to bath salts, herbal soaks, salves, balms, and cream. Sold in 2-ounce bags - Larger quantities available on request. * To request larger quantities please email Natasha@thenaturalmama.org*

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Hawaiian Dream Hibiscus smells like fresh fruits topped with notes splashed with a shower of dewdrops to open this lush fragrance. The exotic floral heart of hibiscus and plumeria is surrounded with crisp green tones and layered with sugared berries. Indulge your body as it leaves your skin feeling touchably soft. Directions: Massage into damp skin to lock in moisture right after a bath or shower. Ingredients: Jojoba, Tamanu, Olive Oil, Avocado Oil, and Fragrance.

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This amazing introduction from Texan Greg Grant is topped all summer with huge 9" flowers which emerge light pink and age to white, except for the wild red flecking throughout the petals...attractive to hummingbirds. Hibiscus 'Peppermint Flare' is a floral sport from Sam McFadden's University of Florida release, the nearly sterile hybrid Hibiscus 'Flare'. Our plants have matured out at 4' tall x 4' wide. Hibiscus 'Peppermint Flare' is very tolerant of alkaline soils...as long as they aren't too dry.

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Oh my...a variegated, winter-hardy native hibiscus...heart stand still! I'll never forget when I first saw this amazing plant during a trip to Michigan's Walters Gardens. This Hans Hansen creation was something even I couldn't imagine. The narrowly upright 3.5' tall x 5' wide clump of Hibiscus 'Summer Carnival' is clothed in tripartite green leaves, each edged with an irregular, narrow band white. Even the flower buds are striped white and green, before opening into 8" wide cherry red flowers. In climates with cooler nights, the variegated foliage picks up an incredible red flush. The variegation increases with maturity. If your plant arrives without variegation, let it get established in the ground and the variegation will eventually appear. Cutting the plant to the ground can speed up the process. As with all native hibiscus, Hibiscus 'Summer Carnival' can be grown as a marginal aquatic or in all but the driest of garden soils.

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Hibiscus 'Holy Grail' is a 2018 Walters Gardens introduction that fulfilled their goal of creating a dark purple leaf hardy hibiscus with bright red flowers...a combination of traits that proved elusive previously. The 4.5' tall x 4.5' wide clump is clothed with dark purple foliage, and topped, starting in early summer with giant 9" wide, brilliant red flowers. Moist, rich, slightly acidic soils produce the best results.

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Hibiscus 'Berry Awesome' is another fabulous hibiscus from our friends at Walters Gardens, introduced in 2015. Hibiscus 'Berry Awesome' forms a dense, well-branched, 4' tall x 4' wide specimen, topped from early July through September with scores of 8" plum colored flowers, each with a bright red eye. Moist soils and bright sun are best, but occasional dry periods are well tolerated.

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Hibiscus 'Rubrum', often sold as a form of Hibiscus mutabilis, is actually an old sterile hybrid of the Asian woody Hibiscus mutabilis and the North American native perennial Hibiscus moscheutos. Hibiscus 'Rubrum' forms an 8' tall x 6' wide woody shrub in milder climates, but for us, acts as a dieback perennial, reaching the same heights in a single season. The upper branches are adorned with terminal clusters of bright cherry red flowers from July into October. Hibiscus 'Rubrum' is equally as amazing genetically as it is in the garden. Moist to average moisture soils are fine.

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Dramatic height and awesome deep burgundy, maple-shaped leaves give this hibiscus foliage plant a regal appearance. As such it can be used quite effectively in landscape settings as a foliar hedge or as a specimen plant. Or consider growing it in large containers with other vigorous sun loving plants. Fully versatile, Mahogany Splendor hibiscus has proven performance as a water pond plant, and is known to be deer resistant! Growers take note that the foliage with have green/maroon tones in the greenhouse, but mature to burgundy in full sun outdoors. Color: Deep burgundy PACKAGING Approximately 34,075 seeds per pound CULTURE Soil temperature: 71 - 76 degrees fahrenheit Germination days: 3 - 5 days Grow on temperature day: 65 - 70 degrees fahrenheit Grow on temperature night: 62 - 67 degrees fahrenheit Weeks indoor: 10 - 11 weeks Plant spread: 24 - 30 inches Plant height: 36-60" Plant type: annual Maturation days: 115-130 days

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