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Edible Flowers - Flowers You Can Eat, RIght from Your Garden

Several of these grow wild around here including violets & day lilies--(Putting together lists of flowers for the vegetable (salad) garden)--Edible Flowers

Edible flowers. Use them to add flavor and color to your vegan dishes!

an edible flower garden

The culinary use of flowers dates back thousands of years with the first recorded mention being in 140 B.C. Many different cultures have incorporated flowers into their traditional foods. Oriental dishes make use of daylily buds and the Romans used mallow, rose and violets. Italian and Hispanic cultures gave us stuffed squash blossoms and Asian Indians use rose petals in many recipes. It's long past due that we all get with the program!

"collect a handful of leaves and petals: sedum, yarrow, fern, oxalis, dianthus, hesperis, chives. Along with some willowy stalks of asparagus, it was just what I craved— a cold, wet tonic on a hot, humid day."

My favorite things ... herbs and edible flowers.

Edible Flowers Part 13 - Sesbania Grandifolia, Lemon Verbena, Szechaun Buttons, Horseradish, Tea Olive, Tiger Lily, Currants, Honewort, Thyme, Indian Paint Brush

Edible Flowers: From Garden To Kitchen: Growing Flowers You Can Eat, With A Directory Of 40 Edible Varieties And 25

bee balm perennials edible flowers you can eat