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Sweet Idea: Freeze edible flower petals and mint leaves for colorful ice cubes. Tip: Boil the water before you add the flowers, so the ice is clear once it freezes

Sweet Idea: Freeze edible flower petals and mint leaves for colorful ice cubes. Tip: Boil the water before you add the flowers, so the ice is clear once it freezes

Growing Rosemary in your herb garden or containers is a real pleasure. Learn how to  grow Rosemary plants,harvest lots of this delicious herb and enjoy the added benefit of the pretty blue flowers.

Growing Rosemary - A delicious must-have culinary herb

Growing Rosemary in your herb garden or containers is a real pleasure. Learn how to grow Rosemary plants,harvest lots of this delicious herb and enjoy the added benefit of the pretty blue flowers.

HIBISCUS   Though this pretty flowering plant has some edible species, play it safe and use only dried hibiscus made for consumption to create these crimson cubes. The flowers should be boiled and steeped as though you’re making tea before pouring the cooled liquid into ice-cube trays.

12 Flavored Ice Cubes That Make a Splash

HIBISCUS Though this pretty flowering plant has some edible species, play it safe and use only dried hibiscus made for consumption to create these crimson cubes. The flowers should be boiled and steeped as though you’re making tea before pouring the cooled liquid into ice-cube trays.

温かい室内では、溶けゆく姿が美しい。冬の贅沢なアイスキューブのお楽しみ。

クリスマスやおもてなしに彩りを添える♪冬のアイスキューブを作ろう

温かい室内では、溶けゆく姿が美しい。冬の贅沢なアイスキューブのお楽しみ。

been obsessed with edible flowers since i learned about nasturtiums one birthday long ago. CAKE WITH EDIBLE FLOWERS #designlovefest

CAKE WITH EDIBLE FLOWERS (D E S I G N L O V E F E S T)

been obsessed with edible flowers since i learned about nasturtiums one birthday long ago. CAKE WITH EDIBLE FLOWERS #designlovefest

How to make flower ice cubes - better do pansies now while we still have them out!

Flower Ice Cubes

How to make flower ice cubes - better do pansies now while we still have them out!

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