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joensf Level 78
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They make a seed pod

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Hibiscus flowers reproduce from seeds, which the plants create after the blossoms have been pollinated. Gardeners may propagate the plants with seeds, but it's more common to use cuttings or grafting to create new hibiscus flowers. Cuttings may be taken from healthy, established hibiscus flowers. Parts of mature plants are also taken to create new grafting. Naturally, hibiscus flowers reproduce only through seeds, but with human intervention it's possible to re-create plants by harvesting pieces from existing flowers.

Read more: How Does a Hibiscus Reproduce? | eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/info_8792402_hibiscu...

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Terunde Level 13
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Hibiscus produce seeds. Although they may be used in herbal tea and I have also found them at Trader Joe's dried and lightly sweetened.
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The flowers, that is.
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