If you have a dog, like Tricia does, you may already have a clue about which flowers in your garden are edible -- from watching your canine snack on the blossoms. A more reliable way of knowing which flowers to eat is to read A Consumer's Guide to Edible Flowers or Growing Edible Flowers in Your Garden. Feeling floral? Let's walk into the garden and see what we can pick and eat.
Vegetables with Edible Flowers
Herbs with Edible Flowers
Trees and Shrubs with Edible FlowersApple Elderberry Lavender Lilac Linden Rosemary
Ornamental Plants with Edible FlowersAnise hyssop (Agastache foeniculum) Bachelor Button Bee Balm Calendula Chrysanthemum Daylily Dianthus English Daisy (Bellis perennis) Hibiscus Hollyhock Honeysuckle Johnny-Jump-Up Marigold Nasturtium Pansy Passionflower Red Clover Rose Scented Geraniums Signet Marigold Snapdragon Sunflower Sweet Woodruff Tulip Violet
For more information about edible flowers watch our videos about choosing and using edible flowers or raising and using organic roses. We have articles on how to eat and drink your organic roses, and about edible flowers with red-white-and-blue themes (Memorial Day and Fourth of July).
Enjoy your organically grown, edible flowers -- in your garden, in your vase, and on your plate!