University of Florida researchers tested seven types of tea plants to determine growth and yield potential as a Florida specialty crop.
A publication on the study captures years three to five of their growth process, during which time ... READ MORE
I know you know the tropical hibiscus flower. Perhaps you have enjoyed some hibiscus tea? It is a more popularized way of drinking up this flavorful flower, but it has many more uses than you may know of! One such use is a cranberry flavored ... READ MORE
You might have seen this plant around Florida, but have you ever had a fresh Roselle flower in your tea? Whether it’s hot or cold, you can enjoy your favorite plant in your favorite drink!
Roselle Origins and Facts
Although originally from ... READ MORE
Fall is here and Red roselle hibiscus is responding with flowers and fruit. Learn to grow your own Roselle hibiscus and make a delicious tea with UF IFAS Escambia Extension's Garden to Table segment.
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I’ve been making a lot of tea these days...
The CDC has been recommending drinking lots of liquids to relieve coronavirus symptoms, but let’s be honest, any reason is a good excuse to make tea!
My go-to right now is Ginger-Turmeric-Lemongrass ... READ MORE
Article and audio introduction by Samantha Kennedy, Family and Consumer Sciences
For me, there is nothing better than a hot cup of tea on a chilly morning – or any morning, really. The rich flavor and fragrant steam work together to ... READ MORE
Are you interested in some alternative crops to grow in central Florida? The program on May 9 covered a range of crops. To look at the slide shows from the program go to our website.
The first topic up at 9 a.m. is Tea with Dr. Donglin ... READ MORE