Native Rosella Display showing Flowers and foliage in Toonumbar NSW Australia

(1/11) Native Rosella Display showing Flowers and foliage in Toonumbar NSW Australia

Close up of a bountiful harvest of the Native Rosella

(2/11) Close up of a bountiful harvest of the Native Rosella

Rosella shrub Kyogle

(3/11) Rosella shrub Kyogle

Rosella Flower

(4/11) Rosella Flower

The very popular Rosella Jam

(5/11) The very popular Rosella Jam

Rosella flower which if you look closely is the yellow form from Toonumbar NSW Australia

(6/11) Rosella flower which if you look closely is the yellow form from Toonumbar NSW Australia


(7/11) Rosella

Leaf of the Rosella

(8/11) Leaf of the Rosella

Rosella For Sale (Size: Medium)  (Grown from Seed)

(9/11) Rosella For Sale (Size: Medium) (Grown from Seed)

Rosella For Sale

(10/11) Rosella For Sale

Rosella For Sale

(11/11) Rosella For Sale



Hibiscus sabdariffa
An attractive annual bushy shrub with flowers and fruit used to give colour and flavour to jams, fruit punches, sauces and desserts. A relative of the hibiscus family, best grown in rich soil in a sunny position.

$14.75 ($4.90-$17.75 choose a size)

event_busy When will it be in Stock?

We previously had the most to buy in Feb and Nov. With limited quantities for sale in other months. They are unlikely to be available in Jul. Remember to click above to get notified when it is available once more.

Specifications of Rosella

Preferred Climate Tropical, Subtropical, Warm Temperate, Cool Temperate, Arid (Dry)Learn About Climate Zones

Grown From SeedlingLearn About Propagation Methods

Max Height (when in the ground with good conditions) 1-2m

Plants required to Pollinate 1 (Self Pollinating)Learn about Pollination

Can it Handle Frosts? Sometimes

Amount of leaves in Winter? All Leaves (Evergreen)

Quarantine Restrictions to these Areas WA

Suitability in Pots Yes

Water Requirements Moderate Watering

Is it a Dwarf Fruit Tree? Can be pruned to 2m

Time to Fruit/Flower/Harvest 2-3 Years

Sun or Shade Full (Sun:80%-100%)

Preferred Soil Type Good Drainage

Soil pH Neutral (6.6-7.3pH)

Fruiting/Harvest Months February, March, April, May

Create a Filter to find similar plants

Colour Flower Red
Create Filter filter_vintage

Customers also bought

These plants are often purchased together. Also check plant information for suitability in your orchard.


Yuzu - Grafted

$49.00 ($49.00-$99.00 choose a size)

Native to China, the Yuzu has been used and cultivated in this region for thousands of years. The fruit is tart, resembling a grapefruit with mandarin overtones. It is rarely eaten as a fresh fruit but is used to makes sauces, preserves and a popular yuzu vinegar. In Korea thinly sliced fruits are combined with sugar and honey to make a thick marmalade like syrup. Yuzu kosho is a spicy Japanese sauce made from green or ripe yellow yuzu zest, chillis and salt. The yuzu is more cold tolerant than most other citrus, being able to tolerate to -5 degrees
Special Offer: Buy 1+ @$49.00ea usually:$59.00ea

Orange - Cara Cara Blood Navel

$39.00 ($39.00-$44.00 choose a size)

A red fleshed navel, this variety was discovered in Venezuela in 1976. It has pink to red flesh similar to Star Ruby grapefruit. In South Africa it matures slightly earlier than Washington navel. It is sweet and the fruit often grows quite large. It is also a seedless variety that looks fantastic. The fruit is very large and is becoming a favourite in taste all around Australia. Quickly becoming the Blood Orange Tree to choose.

Nectarine - Sunbob

$54.00 ($49.00-$64.00 choose a size)

Medium to large size for low chill areas. Skin has an attractive red blush over yellow and is slightly waxy. Flesh is yellow, firm and melting. Freestone. Ovate in shape, with a distinctive tip.Matures mid-to late in the low chill season. Harvest season in northern NSW is about third week in November. Self-fertile. Best in subtropical or warm temperate climates.Good flavour and firmness for a low chill nectarine. Suited to areas that receive minimal cold weather during the winter months. This cultivar should perform well along coastal regions from Sydney through to Nambour, Qld and in the coastal areas of Perth.

Vanilla Vine

$39.00 ($24.00-$39.00 choose a size)

The fermented pod of this climbing orchid is harvested from the Vanilla Vine or orchid, an aromatic sweet scents used to flavour cakes, and perfumes. Must be hand pollinated. The only insect capable of pollinating the blossom is the Melipona, a bee (see video) , native only to Mexico so all plants must be hand pollinated within 12 hours of the flower opening. The pods take nine month to develop.
Click Choose above to view Specials

Acerola - Florida Sweet

$14.90 ($14.90-$79.00 choose a size)

This bright red cherry like fruit has varying tastes during different stages as it ripens. When fully ripe the fruit is juicy and aromatic with its acid content giving it a sweet acid apple-like flavour. The tree can produce a number or crops each year, making for quite a long harvest season. Our selection is called the acerola Florida Sweet Cherry and is a pleasant eating variety that is not too sour. The acerola is well suited to pot culture where it can be kept to a smaller size. It could also be grown this way in cooler climates where it can be moved to a warmer position in the winter. A word of warning the foliage of the plant is covered in tiny irritating stinging hairs that can produce an allergic reaction. When pruning your trees wear a long sleeved shirt and a pair of gloves.
Special Offer: Buy 2+ @$14.90ea usually:$19.75ea

Cinnamon Tree

$27.00 ($27.00-$59.00 choose a size)

Highly ornamental tree and the source of cinnamon spice. The beautiful red new growth is highly distinctive. The spice itself is the inner bark that is peeled from the branches after 2 years. Scrape the outer bark, then peel the inner bark, leave for a day so that the inner bark curls into cinnamon sticks as it dries. They are distinctive in the many layered quill they produce that, when crushed, will shard rather than snap. Cinnamon is a very elegant and useful aromatic, much kinder to the palate than other spices. It imparts a distinctively sweet flavour when used. The leaves themselves are higher in clove oil than cinnamaldehyde, the active component of the sweet aromatic scent of cinnamon. Weed Warning: Can be invasive in tropical areas

Rosella Reviews & Tips

Star Rating

★★★★★ 6months ago



I was gifted Rosella jam by a neighbour. I recalled my mother making it when I was young and she grew them at our farmhouse in northern NSW. My wife loves making jam so we thought we would try our hand at growing some. I planted them in a well drained spot, have kept them well watered and fertilised. They are thriving.

★★★★★ 8months ago



Rosellas make tasty jams, pies & tarts as well as chutneys. They are easy to grow and fruit prolifically

★★★★★ 1y ago



Quickly established and growing well in NE NSW.

★★★★★ 1y ago



Thanks, they are very healthy looking plants.

★★★★★ 1y ago



Native food plant. I once bought a canned jar of these and used them in cakes or in glasses of champagne. Can't wait for it to bloom for the bees.

★★★★★ 1y ago



So far this plant has doubled in size in 3 months. Still planted in a pot while I find a home for it

★★★★★ 2y ago

Townsville, Queensland, Australia


In the tropics plant about october and harvest from May onwards. I grow the ordinary rosella, the black rosella which is a deep magenta colour and a realy good size and the super rosella which is also extra large here in Townsville.

Brian T Parks
★★★★★ 3y ago

Lithia Springs, GA


In the Caribbean we call it Sorrell. And we make a drink with it. Now that I'm in the U.S I get it dried in the market and make drinks throughout the year.



★★★★★ 5y ago

BUNGALOW, QLD, Australia

Great Jam. This Rosella plant got so big it over grew where my Daleys Grafted Kohala Longan tree is planted so had to hack it back, still got lots of fruit. I place the seeds in a pot and just cover with water, bring to boil for 30 minutes. Then strain...

★★★★ 7y ago


It is a beautiful looking little shrub. I can feed the leaves to my bunnies and I can't wait to make jam out of the 'fruits'. It is also great for a seed saver!

★★★★★ 10y ago

Ashmore, 4214, Australia

Because it has beautiful flowers which are attractive...

★★★★ 10y ago

lakemba, nsw, Australia

Im not sure if it is the one from indian shopI loved it as a kid and want to grow them

Bernadette Flueckiger
12y ago

Brisbane, QLD


Interesting information on Hibiscus tea:

Kevin Joseph Mulroney
13y ago

Ipswich, QLD


Picking,preparing and making jam

Kevin Joseph Mulroney
13y ago

Ipswich, QLD


Pick when fruit is quiet large(no small ones).To prepare fruit.Get a tube 6inch long with a 1/2 dia tube litely grind end to sharpen place tube over stem end of fruit twist and push the seed will come out with the tube and you can put the flesh in pot

Kevin Joseph Mulroney
13y ago

Ipswich, QLD


Cooking jam i do not use pectin.I put the seeds in a pot cover with water and slow boil strain and use fluid to boil flesh combine fruit cup for cup with sugar

★★★ 13y ago

Bardon, Qld, Australia

I bought 3 plants that all had fruit about a month ago, but I wasn't sure when to pick them so they went bad. The the tips got covered in aphids. Then after one very cold night all three plants suddenly died (frost in Brisbane?). I can see a few shots ...

Priscilla Anthoney
14y ago

Perth, WA


Makes a great curry especially with pork.unfortunately have not had some in a while. does anyone know where i can get some.

Anne Edwards
15y ago

Hervey Bay, QLD, Australia


How do you tell the rosella is fruiting

David O'bryan
15y ago

Mansfield, QLD, Australia


Home made Rosella jam is unbeatable, easy to make as well.

Roberta Turpin
18y ago

Brisbane, QLD, Australia


The species of this particular rosella is sabdarifa.

  • Postage Free Truck
  • Plant List
  • Calculate Freight