Edible flowers are some of the first wild foods to show up after the long, cold winter. These tasty flowers add delicious, unusual flavors and colors to many different dishes. Plus many of these flowers are high in phytonutrients and have medicinal properties. Spring is definitely my favorite season, there’s so much wild food appearing!

Common And Not So Common Edible Flowers

I’ve already made flower jelly with dandelions and violets. Here’s a link to my Dandelion Flower Jelly post if you want to…

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I’m a wise woman, herbalist & reiki practitioner. I want to inspire you to craft your own herbal products, forage wild foods and take control of your health.

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