There are over 150 species of roses available in almost any imaginable size and color.
The best part is that they’re all edible.
However, roses don’t all taste the same.
A good rule of thumb for choosing a flavorful rose is that if it smells pleasant,
it’ll probably taste good, too.
Only eat the petals, though, because the leaves and stems don’t make a very palatable snack.
Roses petals have a very aromatic, floral and slightly sweet flavor.
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They can be eaten raw,
mixed into various fruit or green salads or dried and added to granola or mixed herbs.
Fresh rose petals can also be muddled and added to liquid to create rose-infused beverages,
jams and jellies.
Chopped rose petals added to sugar or butter give a unique zing to otherwise ordinary ingredients.
Like many other edible flowers,
roses may offer health benefits.
Some research suggests that certain compounds in roses may play a role in reducing anxiety and promoting relaxation.
All varieties of roses are edible,
but the ones with the sweetest fragrance are likely to have the most flavor.
Rose petals can be used to infuse liquids
with flavor or added to sugar or butter to boost your favorite recipes.
Although a perennial,
roselle is usually grown as an annual and propagated from seed.
It grows best in loamy,
mainly in tropical climates,
and requires rainfall averaging about 10 inches (25 cm) each month throughout the growing season.
In many tropical areas, the red,
somewhat acid calyxes of
H. sabdariffa variety altissima are used locally for beverages,
sauces, jellies, preserves, and chutneys;
the leaves and stalks are consumed as salads or cooked vegetables and used to season curries;
and in Africa the oil-containing seeds are eaten.
Harvest method: manual
*Bulk ( Each Carton ) : 4 Kgr
*Retails: 40 gr
*Number of boxes per cartons : 24
*Number of Cartons per pallets : 72
Refrence: Azil Organic