Edible Flower: A Knowledge Tour

Have you ever wondered that, besides gifting your loved one flowers, you can make use of that flower in dressing salads and desserts? The term “edible flower’ is fascinating, right? 

So, we will guide you to grow edible flowers in your garden. 

The List Of Edible Flower

Roses- An Edible Flower With Fragrance

  • The rose flower grows best in full sunlight and fertile or loamy soil. 
  • If the soil is sandy, then the rose needs water frequently every day.
  • The rose flower has aroma and fragrance which is available in many colors and shapes. 
  • Roses come into use in making jellies and salads.
  • Rosewater is an essential ingredient in the beauty  product industry.
  • Roses have properties for reducing anxiety and promoting relaxation.

Bee Balm- A Scarlet Or Pink Color Edible Flower

  • The bee balm grows best in full sunlight, rich and moist soil.
  • The bee balm water needs 6-8 inches of water every day.
  • Bee balm is a scarlet or pink color edible flower that enhances the taste and fragrance of the beverages.
  • Bee balm consists of mint and citrus flavor.
  • For making bee balm tea, take a full tablespoon of dried bee balm leaves, boil it. For five minutes soak it. And drink like ordinary tea.
  • Bee balm has antimicrobial properties and soothes cold and flu. Bee balm helps to treat nausea, integration, and bloating.

Calendula- A Substitute For Saffron

  • Calendula is a yellow flowering plant that blooms in the spring season.
  • It best grows in full sun and well-drained rich soil.
  • Give a small amount of water to the roots every day.
  • The flower petals come into the use of making soups and stews.
  • The calendula flower helps as an antimicrobial property that cures the infection, protects against heart disease and fights against cancer. Also, it soothes diaper rash.

Chamomile- A Edible Flower That Smells Like Apple

  • Chamomile is a daisy-like edible flower.
  • The plant grows best in full sunlight, sandy, and well-drained soil.
  • Water it when it’s dry.
  • Chamomile helps in curing muscle pain, menstrual disorder, insomnia, ulcer, inflammation, gastrointestinal disorders, and essential oils are used in the cosmetic industry.
  • Chamomile flowers are served as desserts and are used in the bakery.
  • The famous chamomile tea can be made, by using 4-5 chamomile flowers in boiling water. Cover and steep for 3 to 5 minutes, then serve as tea.

Daylilies- A Flower That Symbolizes Motherhood

  • The daylilies come in various colors and shoes.
  • The plant grows well in full sunlight, well-drained, and slightly acidic soil. 
  • Water your plant every day on the roots.
  • The daylily can be served as salads or cooked as stews and soups.
  • In Chinese culture, the daylily flower is a staple food.
  • The flower relieves pain, relaxes muscle cramps, and promotes good sleep.

Lilac- A Flower That Symbolizes Purity & Confidence

  • The lilac is a shrub that grows in the spring season.
  • The plant grows best in full sun and well-drained soil.
  • Water it every day in small quantities.
  • The flower serves as salads, desserts, and cocktails.
  • It helps in lowering the fever and helps indigestion. Also, it has anti-aging benefits.

Chives- A Purple Spring Flowers

  • The chives grow in the spring season.
  • It grows best in fun sunlight to partial shade and moist and well-drained soil.
  • Chives are served as salads and come into use for garnish omelets and fishes. Also, the onion chives serve as foods.
  • It’s important for bone health, blood clotting and contains vitamin K and folate.

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