50+ Dandelion Recipes: Drinks, Sweets, Soap, Remedies + More!
Dandelion flowers are edible and medicinal and have many uses! Here are 50+ dandelion recipes for drinks, sweets, baked goods, savory dishes, bath and body, and home remedies. #dandelion #flower #recipes
Alaska Mix Nasturtium Seeds and Plants, Annual Flower Garden at Burpee.com
Heirloom’s bounty of pretty, peppery, gold, orange, salmon, and mahogany flowers and tender young leaves delight the eye and palate. Compact plants with alluring variegated foliage produce blooms of sparkling color. Adds radiance and peppery pizzazz to salads. Kids enjoy planting the great big seeds. Will thrive in poor soils, heat, and cold.
Imperial Star Hybrid Artichoke Seeds and Plants, Vegetable Gardening at Burpee.com
Attractive plants with grey-green foliage grow 4 ft. tall with a similar spread. High yields of sweet, mild tasting flower buds, 4 1/2" in diameter are very slow to open when mature and are produced the first year. Perennial in zones 7-9.
Marigold Seeds & Plants - Specialty Annual Flowers - Burpee
Grow perfect marigolds in any home garden with high-yield marigold seeds and plants from Burpee seeds. Shop vivid yellow, orange, white, gold & red marigold seeds at Burpee. Burpee
When I was a teenager, my sisters and I loved to plan tea parties with our friends. We would assign the courses (soup, sandwiches and salads) to each family, and everyone brought an appetizer and a dessert. Photo taken circa 2008 We would have them about quarterly, if my memory serves me well. It was loads of fun to dress up for, and we were able to sample lots of new flavors. Photo taken circa 2010 When I made these sandwiches a few weeks ago, it brought me right back to our tea party days…
Favorite Edible Flowers from the Garden - Western Garden Centers
Discovering edible flowers that are already in my flower garden is a fun adventure. Learn some vital basic safety precautions and some tasty blooms.
How to Make Kalabasa Flower (Squash Blossom) Salad
Have you ever tried edible flowers? In this simple recipe, I use kalabasa flowers, or squash blossoms, to make a delicious and healthy salad. I also added the exciting flavor of bagoong, or anchovy sauce.