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Austin Ganim Landscape Design, LLC
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Plant Ideas & Colorful Combinations
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Edible Flower Garden If you have ever enjoyed a salad or soup with edible flowers sprinkled on top, or admired the sugared flowers adorning a cake, growing an edible flower garden might be of interest to you. Unlike with a cutting garden, you don’t need to plant very much at all to
Austin Ganim Landscape Design, LLCSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Edible Flower Garden If you have ever enjoyed a salad or soup with edible flowers sprinkled on top, or admired the sugared flowers adorning a cake, growing an edible flower garden might be of interest to you. Unlike
enough edible flowers to enjoy in dishes from time to time. A pot or two on the patio, or a few plants edging another bed, will do the trick.
“edible flowers” — bonwit14
Jean Marsh Design
8 Reviews
Edible Landscape Design
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Looks great and thanks for the info! Never tried an edible flower before, but will be sure to real soon
Good old fashioned Nasturtiums, the flowers are edible. In the cooler and wetter winter months they go all over the place, always fun.
are some of my favorite flowering annuals (plants that live only for one season) to mix in with vegetables
Edible flower garden: Nasturtium, lavender, violets, pansies and Johnny-jump-ups all have edible blooms. Rose petals are edible as well, though the flavor
quesadilla. Be safe and remember to keep pesticides off edible plants.
What to plant in an edible flower garden: Nasturtium, lavender, violets, pansies and Johnny-jump-ups all have edible blooms. Rose petals are edible as well, though the flavor varies from plant to plant
“Natural trellis” — nmartinello
Summerset Gardens/Joe Weuste
22 Reviews
Dianthus & Garden Bench
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edible flowers Dianthus..also known as 'pinks'..garnish, salads or butters..slightly bitter
edible flowers - Dianthus
duanthus, edible flowers
with flowers...Edible flowers...edible flowers3...flower garden
“Dianthus” — 1ariche
Modern Country Lady
Patio flower baskets colourscheme
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Patio flower baskets can be composed of 2 or three colours in the same colourscheme for a more harmonious effect- as here, with hues in pale lilac, dark purple and white.Think of composing in big clusters of colours.
I have never tries , but if you put youur question in Google, most answers are " Yes-Pansies are indeed edible flowers. They are often used to decorate cakes or salads.".There you go.
Pansies with edible flowers. Blue pansies? Got to have
Window boxes are a lovely and effective means of growing small edible crops like herbs and greens, especially in urban settings with little or no yard. Pictured here are pansies, which have edible flowers.
window boxes with herbs. This one is edible flowers
“pansies” — snookums100
Heidi's Lifestyle Gardens
1 Review
Front Yard Gardening
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Front yard gardening can be fun and functional! Add edibles into the mix, and enjoy nibbling your way through your yard!
landscape, can I get the name? Will they grow in CA? I recognize many of the species in the flower beds, hoping I can work this for my own yard! Thanks for the ideas, this is lovely.
flowers along path to the front door
daisy-like white flowers. Looks full. Not sure how it will look year-round and I'd like to keep flowers in bloom for long season and the garden to look "filled in"
LIKE THE FLAGSTONE AND FLOWERS ON SIDES
1. EdiblesYour first thought for sidewalk plantings probably doesn't include vegetables and herbs, but there's good reason to add them into the mix. In addition to broadening your plant choices, they provide rich texture and an element of surprise. Layer in edible flowers like nasturtiums
“Color” — eastwoodchristy
Aloe Designs
13 Reviews
Aloe Test Garden
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Raise flower bed platform, and raise decking area for seating higher.
The edible beds are Caitlin and Owen's favorite part of the garden. Here, they can reap the benefits of their hard work year-round and enjoy a constant supply of fresh produce. Right now, the raised beds are full of eggplant, peppers, tomatoes, corn, beans, zucchini, beets, edible flowers and more. Caitlin
10. Add edibles. Even a small yard can handle a few pots of peppers and herbs, and you may be surprised at how easy it is to fit in one or two small raised beds. If you’ve been considering adding an edible garden, why not make this the year to try it? Start
Give up some lawn space for a kitchen garden. The edible garden movement is growing by leaps and bounds, and in many suburban areas it's no longer uncommon to see tomatoes and peppers growing in the front
“Great way to have a garden with limited space” — jadewherry05
Waterwise Landscapes Incorporated
Valley backyard
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Edible Nasturtium still blooming after several frosts,Photo by Hunter Ten Broeck
Edible Nasturtium still blooming after s
edible peppery taste for soups or salads
Edible flowers for soups/salads...with peppery flavor.
The Nasturtium is one of the edible plants besides
orange and red blooms are pretty, but because they are also edible! They taste peppery and are a nice way to decorate salads and soups. I love to put nasturtium in herb and edible gardens for color.
not only because the yellow, orange and red blooms are pretty, but because they are also edible! They taste peppery and are a nice way to decorate salads and soups. I love to put nasturtium in herb and edible gardens for color. Because the seeds have a tough outer coat, you will need to take an extra
“very nice that it can survive the cold” — rodney_rangel
Suzanne MacCrone Rogers
Coralicious!
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fragrant flowers that can be added to fruit salads, creams or sugar. You can also try candying the flowers. The rose-scented geraniums tend to be the most popular, but give the others a try. Warning: The citronelle variety, despite its name, is not edible.
REPEAT OF TRIM COLORS WITH FLOWERS MIXED WITH GREEN.
Scented geraniums (Pelargonium species, not the hardy true geraniums) have small but fragrant flowers that can be added to fruit salads, creams or sugar. You can also try candying the flowers. The rose-scented geraniums
geraniums) have small but fragrant flowers that can be added to fruit salads, creams or sugar. You can also try candying the flowers. The rose-scented geraniums tend to be the most popular, but give the others a try. Warning: The citronelle variety, despite its name, is not edible.
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