Hibiscus Leaves and Flowers
Many gardeners love to include hibiscus in their flower beds as a beautiful pop of color. You also can use these large, colorful flowers to accent your next entrees. "The flowers are almost flavorless, but completely edible, and make beautiful garnishes," Graham said. "The leaves are also completely edible, although many people prefer the younger, more tender leaves to the tougher and more mature ones." Simply put, if you like including spinach in your salads, then you probably will like adding hibiscus leaves as well.