Plants are subject to pruning before shipping. *

All orders are shipped once a week on Wednesdays


Cranberry Hibiscus (Hibiscus acetosella)

SKU 01046
In stock
Product Details

Red Cranberry Hibiscus, False Roselle, African Rosemallow (Hibiscus acetosella)- Live Plant

Ships in a 4" Pot

Tall upright perennial shrub with brightly colored edible leaves that are crisp and have a tart lemony flavor. One plant can grow into a nice edible bush that is 3 feet wide if pruned. The Cranberry Hibiscus is generally low maintenance, the biggest need is water as it does not like to be dry for long.

  • Average mature height: 3- 6 feet tall
  • Light: Full sun, light shade
  • Soil: Well-drained
  • Hardiness zones: 9-11

Our Favorite Uses: Great Fresh in salads or steeped as tea

Save this product for later
*Shipping Plants: 
-Stress- Shipping can cause stress to a plant, mostly because it spends a few days in a dark stuffy box. Most of plants survive with no problems or with a minimal stress (some leaf drop may occur), and recover quickly others may require extra love and attention with watering and gentle light after unboxing.
-Physical damage- Sometimes a carrier may damage boxes during handling.
It does not happen often as we try to pack your plants with extra special attention but unfortunately there are some things beyond our control.  In cases of serious damage, only the carrier can be responsible for it- so please contact the carrier within 30 days to start a claim. If it's just a broken branch or even part of a stem - just let it grow, take care of your plant and it will respond to your love. We understand your frustration if damage occurs, and strive to do everything we can on our end to minimize all damage and stress on the plant 

For information on our protocol for stressed or damaged plants please scroll down *


No Returns or Rejects. 

Tel: 727-439-6700

  • Black Facebook Icon
  • Black YouTube Icon
  • Black Pinterest Icon
  • Black Instagram Icon

To Contact us - Please click here or email us at

Serving the Greater Tampa Bay Area & Beyond