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Growing Rosella, also Queensland Jam Plant, Roselle

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18 Jul 08 Renate (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
After a lovely harverst, I cut down the plant and a few of them look like as if they are dying. How do I look after them after flowering and seeding as this is my first year. Comment for jam making, you do not have to boil the seedpods, there is enough pectin in the fleshy part to set and it is a cleaner taste. I have been making jam for years.
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