1. Similar looking to Bhutanese variety, but fruit and stalk are longer.
  2. Bigger fruits, dark edible leaves, and thicker calyces. Good for making drinks.
  3. A hardy, redstemmed roselle that produces many calyces. 90 days from seed to flower
  4. Root is bigger than Uberlandia, stem is more bushy with many flowers, less pests.
  5. Good pickling variety. Approximately 30 days from seed to flowering. Large fruit .averaging 30 x 7 cm (12 x 2.75 in) in size
  6. From Cambodia. Approximately 30 days from seed to flowering. Large fruit averaging 30 x 7 cm (12 x 2.75 in) in size.
  7. Small variety about 6 cm (2.3 in) in length and round in shape. Good for pickling or fermenting.
  8. Variety from a local northern Thai community. Very easy to grow and eat.
  9. White color and blue color used for drinking, making salad.
  10. Hot peppers, white in color. 2 - 4 cm (0.8 - 1.6 in) in length.