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Nasturtium Scarlet Gleam - (1935) Smothered in bright scarlet, semi-double blooms, this semi-trailing form is excellent for hanging baskets, window boxes, and containers. Reaching 12-24” in size, the leaves and flowers are edible (peppery taste).
7 EDIBLE FLOWERS AND WHY YOU SHOULD EAT THEM From salads to cocktails, nothing speaks of sophistica
7 EDIBLE FLOWERS AND WHY YOU SHOULD EAT THEM From salads to cocktails, nothing speaks of sophistication and organic goodness as much as edible flowers do — so come on, buy some transplants or start some seeds! You’re about ready to kick things up. #edibleflowers #flowergardening
All-America Garden Selections on Instagram: “Looking for a fun edible addition to your cakes and cookies? How about sugared pansies (AAS Winners, of course)? AAS Judge Denise Schreiber…”
@nationalgarden posted to Instagram: Looking for a fun edible addition to your cakes and cookies? How about sugared pansies (AAS Winners, of course)? AAS Judge Denise Schreiber gives the recipe in her recent "Edible Ornamentals and Ornamental Edibles for Your Garden" post on our AAS website - link in bio #ediblegarden #sugaredflowers #aaaswinner #aaswinners #edibleornamentals #ornamentaledibles #gardening #garden #plants #mygarden #myflowers #urbangarden #pansies #eatyourgarden #eatyourflowers