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Can anyone give me any tips/hints on how to harvest cranberry hibiscus flowers? Any suggestions for use of them? We realize the leaves are eatable, but not sure what to do with the flowers. - THANKS!!
 
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I use the flowers and leaves for tea, and salad ingredients. I will be experimenting with drying the flowers and powedering them for soap coloring.
 
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