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Edible Flowers

 

Below is a list of some of the many more common edible flowers in your garden, each with its own unique beneficial nutritional and healing properties from nature.  Be sure to pick your flowers in the morning when their water content is the highest.  For best results, dip them gently in a bath of salt-water, and then drop them in ice water for about a minute.  Dry on a paper towel.  Use the flower petals immediately (not the stamen or stems), or store the whole flower in a glass of water in the refrigerator overnight.  Flowers can be used in many delectable dishes including stews, salads, in teas and ades, candies and makeup, as garnishes, rubbed on meats, and in casseroles and other dishes.

 

Angelica

Anise Hyssop

Apple Blossom

Artichoke

Arugula

Bahcelor Buttons 

Banana

Basil

Bee Balm

Borage

Burnet

Calendula

Carnation

Chamomile

Chicory

Chives

Chrysanthemum

Cilantro

Citrus

Clover

Coriander

Cornflower

Dandelion

Daylily

Dianthus

Dill

Elderberry

English Daisy

Fennel

Freesia

Fuchsia

Gardenia

Garlic

Geraniums

Gladiolas

Hibiscus

Hollyhock

Honeysuckle

Hyssop

Iceland Poppy

Impatiens

Jasmine

Johny Jump Ups

Lavendar

Lemon Verbena

Lilac

Linden

Mallow

Marigold

Marjoram

Mint

Mustard

Nasturtium

Oregano

Okra

Onion

Orange Blossom

Pansy

Passionflower

Pea

Pineapple Sage

Primrose

Radish

Red Clover

Redbud

Rose

Rosemary

Rose of Sharon

Runner Bean

Safflower

Sage

Savory

Scented Geranium

Snapdragon

Society Garlic

Squash Blossom

Sunflower

Sweet Marigold

Sweet William

Thyme

Tuberous Begonia

Tulip

Viola

Violet

Winter Savory

Yucca

 

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