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Hibiscus blooms strike a pose in the Louisiana Nature Garden on the uptown campus.

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September 20, 2018 3:30 PM
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Paula Burch-Celentano pburch@tulane.edu

 

 

Hibiscus bloom abundantly in the Louisiana Native Garden outside the Merryl and Sam Israel Jr. Environmental Sciences Building on the uptown campus. Known for its hardy nature and showy flowers, the hibiscus plant has been used to make tea for centuries. Today, the flowers can also be found in syrups and jams.