We have grown many roselle before in Putrajaya. The highlight must have been its beautiful pink flowers, and fruits which end up as juice and jam. The seeds are standard giveaway to many friends and visitors, and some are bloggers from faraway land.
When we left Putrajaya home, there was one roselle still growing and fruiting. There is no point to keep thinking what we have missed. Looking forward should be the way in anything that we do, not only in gardening. So, roselle and ulam raja were among the first to be germinated the very first day we moved here. Talk about responding to germination effort, ulam raja and roselle are so adoring... Seven roselle are already on the ground, with two more in pots just in case, any plant fail to kick the shoots and roots.
the row of seven roselle.
again string is used to keep the row straight.
a close-up of Roselle
Tanah Merah, Kelantan MALAYSIA