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Hibiscus sabdariffa, Karkade, Red sorrel, Red tea, Roselle, Flor de Jamaica, Rosa de Jamaica

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 Hibiscus sabdariffa
Family: Malvaceae
Karkade, Red sorrel, Red tea, Roselle, Flor de Jamaica, Rosa de Jamaica
Origin: Old World Tropics
Large shrub 5-10 ftSmall shrub 2-5 ftFull sunRegular waterPink flowersRed/crimson/vinous flowersEthnomedical plant.
Plants marked as ethnomedical and/or described as medicinal, are not offered as medicine but rather as ornamentals or plant collectibles.
Ethnomedical statements / products have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. We urge all customers to consult a physician before using any supplements, herbals or medicines advertised here or elsewhere.EdibleSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short timeFlood tolerant

Native to Old World Tropics, probably in the East Indies; now cultivated throughout the tropics. Erect, mostly branched; stem to 11ft tall, variously colored dark green to red. Plant exhibits marked photoperiodism, not flowering at shortening days of 13.5 hours, but flowering at 11 hours. In United States plants do not flower until short days of late fall or early winter. Since flowering is not necessary for fiber production, long light days for 34 months is the critical factor. It will adapt to a variety of soils. It will tolerate floods, and is very fast growing. For the calyces of fruits, about 3 weeks after tile onset of flowering, the first fruits are ready for picking. Reported to be antiseptic, aphrodisiac, astringent, cholagogue, demulcent, digestive, diuretic, emollient, purgative, refrigerant, resolvent, sedative, stomachic, and tonic, roselle is a folk remedy for abscesses, bilious conditions, cancer, cough, debility, dyspepsia, dysuria, fever, hangover, heart ailments, hypertension, neurosis, scurvy, and strangury. The drink made by placing, the calyx in water, is said to be a folk remedy for cancer. Medicinally, leaves are emollient, and are much used in Guinea as a diuretic, refrigerant, and sedative; fruits are antiscorbutic; leaves, seeds, and ripe calyces are diuretic and antiscorbutic; and the succulent calyx, boiled in water, is used as a drink in bilious attacks; flowers contain gossypetin, anthocyanin, and glucoside hibiscin, which may have diuretic and choleretic effects, decreasing the viscosity of the blood, reducing blood pressure and stimulating intestinal peristalsis. In Burma, the seed are used for debility, the leaves as emollient. Taiwanese regard the seed as diuretic, laxative, and tonic. Philippines use the bitter root as an aperitive and tonic (Perry, 1980). Angolans use the mucilaginous leaves as an emollient and as a soothing cough remedy. Central Africans poultice the leaves on abscesses. The fruit consists of the large reddish calyces surrounding the small seed pods. Capsules are easily separated, but need not be removed before cooking.

Jamaica Tea flower (Karkade, Roselle) - "Agua de Flor de Jamaica", also called agua de Jamaica and rosa de Jamaica, is popular in Jamaica, Mexico, Central America, and parts of South America and the Caribbean. It is one of beverages made from fresh juices or extracts. It is served chilled, and in Jamaica this drink is a tradition on Christmas, served with fruit cake or potato pudding.

In Panama both the flowers and the drink are called saril (a derivative of the Jamaican word sorrel).

In the United States, hibiscus tea was popularized as "Red Zinger". Flowers are used to make a cold or hot tea sweetened with sugar. There has been some Medical studies which indicate that it lowers high blood pressure and also has diuretic effects. The flavor is on the tart side similar to a cranberry juice. In Mexico, it is also used for granites, ice pops and sangria.

Agua de Jamaica/Hibiscus Flowers Drink Recipe:

1 cup of Jamaica Flowers, 3 cups of water, 4 cups of water to make 2 quarts of the final drink, 1/2 cup of sugar, Ice cubes. Place the flowers in a small pot with the 3 cups of water. Bring them to a boil. Boil them for about 2-3 minutes over medium-high heat. Set aside for at least 4 hours, you can also make this step overnight. Strain the liquid into a pitcher and add the 4 cups of water and sugar. You can adjust the added water if you feel it is to tart to your palate. Stir, add ice cubes and let it chill. Enjoy!


 Hibiscus sabdariffa, Karkade, Red sorrel, Red tea, Roselle, Flor de Jamaica, Rosa de Jamaica

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Jamaica Tea flower (Karkade, Roselle) - "Agua de Flor de Jamaica", also called agua de Jamaica and rosa de Jamaica, is popular in Jamaica, Mexico, Central America, and parts of South America and the Caribbean. It is one of beverages made from fresh juices or extracts. It is served chilled, and in Jamaica this drink is a tradition on Christmas, served with fruit cake or potato pudding.
In Panama both the flowers and the drink are called saril (a derivative of the Jamaican word sorrel).
In the United States, hibiscus tea was popularized as "Red Zinger". Flowers are used to make a cold or hot tea sweetened with sugar. There has been some Medical studies which indicate that it lowers high blood pressure and also has diuretic effects. The flavor is on the tart side similar to a cranberry juice. In Mexico, it is also used for granites, ice pops and sangria.
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Hygrophila corymbosa, Nomaphila stricta, Temple Plant, Starhorn, Giant Hygrophila

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Family: Acanthaceae
Temple Plant, Starhorn, Giant Hygrophila
Origin: Southeast Asia
Small shrub 2-5 ftFull sunSemi-shadeBog or aquaticKeep soil moistBlue/lavender/purple flowersFragrantFlood tolerant

Hygrophila corymbosa naturally grows as an emergent, but it can survive long periods fully submerged. It grows pretty large leaves, allowing a single stem to occupy a significant part of the tank. Left alone, it easily crosses the water surface and begins to assume its emersed form: the leaves are darker and harder, and the plant produces purple flowers that give out a pleasant scent.


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Intsia bijuga, Vesi, Merbau, Borneo Teak, Island Teak

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Family: Fabaceae
Subfamily: Caesalpinioideae
Vesi, Merbau, Borneo Teak, Island Teak
Origin: Eastern Africa, Madagascar, southern Asia, Malesia to Caroline Islands
Big tree > 20 ftFull sunSemi-shadeRegular waterPink flowersWhite/off-white flowersFlood tolerantSeaside, salt tolerant plant

A spreading tree up to 40 m (130 ft) tall, Vesi is undoubtedly one of the most highly valued trees in the Pacific islands, both in terms of its traditional cultural importance and its value for commercial timber. Its durable, easy-to-work, attractive dark red-brown wood is especially favored for use in house building, furniture, and woodcarving. The tree was so extensively exploited in Southeast Asia for its timber that few natural stands remain.

Vesi has a wide range of environmental and climatic tolerances. It prefers wet, hot climates but can tolerate annual dry seasons. The tree occurs most frequently in coastal and lowland forest on well drained or swampy sites. It is also found in tropical rainforest, in primary or old secondary forests, and in open forests. The species also occurs in wet ground on the inner edge of coastal mangrove swamps.


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Ipomoea pes caprae, Ipomoea biloba , Beach Morning Glory, Gost Foot Creeper, Railroad Vine

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Family: Convolvulaceae
Beach Morning Glory, Gost Foot Creeper, Railroad Vine
Groundcover and low-growing 2ftVine or creeperFull sunSemi-shadeModerate waterPink flowersOrnamental foliageEthnomedical plant.
Plants marked as ethnomedical and/or described as medicinal, are not offered as medicine but rather as ornamentals or plant collectibles.
Ethnomedical statements / products have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. We urge all customers to consult a physician before using any supplements, herbals or medicines advertised here or elsewhere.InvasiveFlood tolerantSeaside, salt tolerant plant

Beach morning glory grows on sand dunes and beaches above the high tide line in tropical and subtropical regions throughout the world. Light pink, crepe-paper-like, 4" flowers cover this climbing vine from spring to summer. Its large, green, felted leaves add the right contrast for its deep rose floral centers. Hardy Zone 10 and higher Full sun, grows to 1-3 in container, vining in habit, minimum temperature 60F, blooms in spring and summer. Fresh leaf: externally use to relief jelly-fish poisoning.


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Iris sp. (Beardless irises), Beardless Irises, Water Irises

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Family: Iridaceae
Beardless Irises, Water Irises
Origin: East Asia
Small shrub 2-5 ftFull sunBog or aquaticKeep soil moistModerate waterPink flowersWhite/off-white flowersBlue/lavender/purple flowersUnusual colorRed/crimson/vinous flowersYellow/orange flowersAttracts butterflies, hummingbirdsSubtropical, cold hardy at least to 30s F for a short timeFlood tolerant

Iris is a genus of flowering plants with showy flowers ranging in color from gold or yellow to white, blue, lavender and purple. Pink and apricot colored irises have also been bred in some species. The name "Iris" can be applied either to the genus, or to any of the species within it. It is also applied to various subdivisions within the genus.

There are many species of Iris, widely distributed throughout the north temperate zone. All Irises have long stems and six-lobed flowers with three petals sagging downwards (actually large sepals in the same color as the flower), and three standing upright. Some smaller iris species have all six lobes pointing straight outwards. Typical irises grow from a creeping rhizome, but some species, known as bulbous irises, have a bulb. The cushion irises are somewhat fastidious growers, and to be successful with them they must be planted rather shallow in very gritty well-drained soil. They should not be disturbed in the, autumn, and after the leaves have withered the roots should be protected from heavy rains until growth starts again naturaily.

Beardless irises comprise the Pacific Coast irises, Siberian, Spuria, Laevigata the water or Japanese irises, Louisiana, Unguiculares and Crested irises. Louisiana iris can survive in cold climates with winter protection, moved to a cold frame or frost free cellar.


 Iris sp. (Beardless irises), Beardless Irises, Water Irises

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Louisiana Hybrid
Iris sp. (Beardless irises), Beardless Irises, Water Irises

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Iris sp. (Beardless irises), Beardless Irises, Water Irises

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Iris laevigata
Iris sp. (Beardless irises), Beardless Irises, Water Irises

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Iris sibirica
Iris sp. (Beardless irises), Beardless Irises, Water Irises

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Iris ensata
Iris sp. (Beardless irises), Beardless Irises, Water Irises

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Iris ensata
Iris sp. (Beardless irises), Beardless Irises, Water Irises

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Iris chrysographes
Iris sp. (Beardless irises), Beardless Irises, Water Irises

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Iris wattii
Iris sp. (Beardless irises), Beardless Irises, Water Irises

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Iris sp. (Beardless irises), Beardless Irises, Water Irises

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Iris ensata
Iris sp. (Beardless irises), Beardless Irises, Water Irises

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Louisiana Hybrid
Iris sp. (Beardless irises), Beardless Irises, Water Irises

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Iris x louisiana 'Fortune Finder'
Iris sp. (Beardless irises), Beardless Irises, Water Irises

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Iris nertschinskia
Iris sp. (Beardless irises), Beardless Irises, Water Irises

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Iris sp. (Beardless irises), Beardless Irises, Water Irises

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Louisiana Hybrid
Iris sp. (Beardless irises), Beardless Irises, Water Irises

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Iris sp. (Beardless irises), Beardless Irises, Water Irises

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Louisiana Hybrid
Iris sp. (Beardless irises), Beardless Irises, Water Irises

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Iris sp. (Beardless irises), Beardless Irises, Water Irises

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Iris sp. (Beardless irises), Beardless Irises, Water Irises

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Iris x louisiana 'Fortune Finder'
Iris sp. (Beardless irises), Beardless Irises, Water Irises

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Louisiana Hybrid
Iris sp. (Beardless irises), Beardless Irises, Water Irises

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Iris sp. (Beardless irises), Beardless Irises, Water Irises

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Iris pseudacorus
Iris sp. (Beardless irises), Beardless Irises, Water Irises

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Iris sp. (Beardless irises), Beardless Irises, Water Irises

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Iris sp. (Beardless irises), Beardless Irises, Water Irises

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Iris x louisiana 'Red Velvet Elvis'
Iris sp. (Beardless irises), Beardless Irises, Water Irises

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Louisiana Hybrid
Iris sp. (Beardless irises), Beardless Irises, Water Irises

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Iris sp. (Beardless irises), Beardless Irises, Water Irises

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Iris sp. (Beardless irises), Beardless Irises, Water Irises

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Louisiana Hybrid
Iris sp. (Beardless irises), Beardless Irises, Water Irises

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Iris Holden Clough
Iris sp. (Beardless irises), Beardless Irises, Water Irises

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Louisiana Hybrid
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Iris sp. (Beardless irises), Beardless Irises, Water Irises

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Iris sp. (Beardless irises), Beardless Irises, Water Irises

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Iris sp. (Beardless irises), Beardless Irises, Water Irises

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Iris Holden Clough
Iris sp. (Beardless irises), Beardless Irises, Water Irises

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Iris wattii
Iris sp. (Beardless irises), Beardless Irises, Water Irises

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Iris wattii
Iris sp. (Beardless irises), Beardless Irises, Water Irises

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Louisiana Hybrid
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