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Harvesting Rose of Sharon for Tea

Posted by desertdance So CA Zone 19 (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 19, 13 at 16:49

Many recipes online, and I figured out how I can keep the blooms on the shrub, and when they dry naturally, harvest.

My big job is to go to the hibiscus with scissors. Remove the sex thingy, let them have their bloom, and then harvest with no fear of pollen in my tea!


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RE: Harvesting Rose of Sharon for Tea

Really...???? Very scientific.

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