The rosellas are ready to pick, so I plan to try and dry them for tea - I have taken the seed out of the rosella and then dried some petals in the sun. I find inside the car one of the best places for drying teas (and raising bread dough)
I have an idea that I would like to try to make rosella "tea flowers" insert a slice of ginger in place of the seed, but leaving the flower whole and dry them together to make rosella ginger tea flowers. Tea flowers look so pretty, and are mostly made from chrysanthemums, but I thought I would try my own version. I am hosting an afternoon tea in September to raise money for Habitat for Humanity, so tea is on my mind at the moment.