A distinct variety of Roselle which has white calyxes. Also known as Jamaican Sorrel and Florida Cranberry. When brewed and made into an iced herbal tea it has a lemon, citrus aroma. Calyxes can be eaten fresh but are usually dehydrated to make teas. When used fresh they can be transformed into jams, chutney or added to salads. Leaves are edible raw or cooked, great in salads or quick pickles. All edible parts are high in Vitamin C. Plants are smaller than red varieties growing to about 4ft, very productive and bushy. Plants grown in wind protected areas show best results. Daylight sensitive, will flower when nights are longer than days.