Growing and Using Edible Flowers

Do you want great tips on how to grow, harvest and store edible flowers? Check out this video by Patricia Boudier, co-owner of Peaceful Valley Farm & Garden. In this short, 3-minute clip you will discover 10 essential guidelines when it comes to edible flowers, such as

  • knowing how to positively identify what blooms are edible—some choices include roses, borage and calendula
  • growing organic by avoiding all pesticides, even natural ones
  • what is edible on the plant and what is not
  • eating only petals of the edible flowers making sure to cut away the stems and pollen
  • the best time of day to harvest the blooms

For a list of common edible flowers, check out this post on Peaceful Valley’s blog.
——————————————-
Want to become a forager and learn how to identify edible plants while avoiding poisonous ones? Check out The Forager’s Guide to Wild Foods.

Add a little more flavor to your meals this summer with the Plan Easy Summer Meals From the Garden Value Pack.

Proper identification of wild plants is essential when foraging. In The Complete Guide to Edible Wild Plants discover habitats and distribution, physical characteristics and edible parts of different wild plants.

Learn how to plant and care for popular cooking herbs by downloading Edible Gardening: Culinary Herbs.

Try the Herbs for All the Senses Collection by Renee’s Garden, which includes: Hidcote Lavender, Bronze Fennel, Catmint, German Chamomile and Scented Basil Trio.

Related Posts:

Leave a Reply