Showing posts with label flowers as garnish. Show all posts
Showing posts with label flowers as garnish. Show all posts

12 January 2018

The Grocery Garden - Growing real food: 7 Easy to Grow Edible Flowers


Sharing this link from a food and gardening blog just found today.   Sylvestermouse Cynthia shared it via Facebook.  Great information.  See those Johnny Jump Ups (image below).  You can eat them raw or cooked, and even use them for medicinal purposes. The only problem for me with edible flowers is they're so pretty, just want to admire their beauty!   :)

Explore the ancient art of adding flowers as flavor and garnish to foods. Here are 7 easy to grow edible flowers to start from seed and ...
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"Johnny jump-ups (Viola tricolor) originated in Spain and the Pyrenees Mountains." 


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