1. Bigger fruits, dark edible leaves, and thicker calyces. Good for making drinks.
  2. A hardy, redstemmed roselle that produces many calyces. 90 days from seed to flower
  3. Small variety about 6 cm (2.3 in) in length and round in shape. Good for pickling or fermenting.
  4. Especially hot in flavor. Used for making natural pesticides.
  5. Round variety about 15 cm (6 in) across.
  6. Smaller-leafed than Bangadesh variety and vigorous.Leaves and tender stems are eaten as salad, boiled, stewed or stir-fried, or in soups.
  7. Produces green pods, eaten when 7-10 cm (3-5 in) long. Pods become hairy and spiny when mature, but young pods are edible.
  8. Day-neutral, bush variety. Green seed.
  9. Bush characteristics, does not need a trellis.
  10. Doesn’t climb. Seeds are white with black