Wednesday, March 2, 2016
5 Facts About the Hibiscus You May Not Have Known
No botanical or scientific name will be given today. Somebody else can do that part.
Researching online, these discoveries were made and, I must share them quickly.
The hibiscus plant can become a 15 foot tall, over 8 feet diameter tree.
In Tahiti and Hawaii, a hibiscus worn over the right ear of a woman signifies she's single.
Fibers of the tree bark are used in Polynesia, for making grass skirts.
In China, dye from the flowers, is used by women, to color their hair.
Hibiscus tea is considered a source of vitamin C.
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