Cranberry hibiscus possesses the rare combination of beauty, utility and edibility. Once established, this tropical hibiscus is a landscaping standout, requires little to no tending or irrigation, and is edible. Cranberry hibiscus flowers profusely in late fall into winter in our subtropical zone. Once it starts flowering, I bet you won’t have the heart to eat it.
Source: The Sun Sentinel
Location: Kensington Park