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biami

Biami is our property on 11 acres located on the Sunshine Coast hinterland. We love growing our own food and flowering plants of all kinds.

Hibiscus sabdariffa

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biami

Rossella Final product after processing. We cut off the base and remove the pod inside . The main unbroken flowers are used to boil on sugar then preserved to make a great addition to Champagne. The broken flowers and base are used to make cordial and jam. The seed pods are kept as they are high in pectin and used for any jam making. They can all be kept frozen until needed.

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brightcolours

Very descriptive. #rosella #gyo #edibleflowers

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biami

Rosellas picked ready process.

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brightcolours

#gyo #rosella

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gardenfiend

How would I grow this further south

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biami

Rosella Harvest time !!!

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brightcolours

#rosella #kids

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biami

Rosellas ready to harvest.

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sushiwaitress

these are the ones you can make tea from, right?

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biami

Hi @sushiwaitress yes you can. We make delicious cordial / jams and whole flowers used in champagne for decoration after cooked in sugar syrup. Yum.

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brightcolours

#rosella @Annettenoosa also grows them.

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