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Hungry? Have Some Flowers!

Hungry? Have Some Flowers!

Who said flowers are only nice to look at? The following varieties can all be grown in a Smart Garden 3 or Smart Garden 9 and they’re edible! 

1. Black Pansy

With its stylish black petals, black pansy is a great plant for artists and creative individuals.

Amazing to think that it’s flowers are edible. 

Recipe suggestion: Black Pansy Syrup

2. Cornflower

A plant that breathes life and color into any living space. Cornflower also happens to be a national and political symbol in Estonia, Finland, Germany. 

Recipe suggestion: Crème Brûlée featuring cornflower

3. Cockscomb

A spectacular wildflower that’s native to many of the world’s warm, equatorial regions. Cockscomb also happens to be a very stylish flower to cook with.

Recipe suggestion: Cockscomb Risotto

4. Lavender

A beautiful, iconic member of the mint family. Lavender lends itself to some tasty meals and beverages.

Recipe suggestion: Sweet Lavender Scones

Be sure to check out our blog for more valuable features such as green living tips, ways to create sustainable homes, the importance of food safety, how to grow plants indoors.

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