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Edible Flower Gardening Tips

Adding the best compost for flowers to a beautiful flower bed

3 DIY Options for Creating the Best Compost for Flowers

It goes without saying that compost is your garden’s best friend! It enriches your flower beds by providing essential nutrients for optimal growth and longevity. Therefore, choosing the best compost for flowers is necessary if you want them to thrive. And there are surprisingly many different types of compost available, from do-it-yourself options to store […]

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scarlet bee balm with bumble bee in a bee friendly edible flower garden

Growing Bee Balm in a Bee Friendly Edible Flower Garden

Growing Bee Balm in your bee friendly edible flower garden is a no brainer. It is an easy plant to grow, needs very little maintenance, and its edible flowers are amazingly versatile.  The scarlet bee balm, Monarda didyma, has stunning bright red flowers and is a delight in both the garden and the kitchen. In

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Buzz Buttons

Grow Your Own Buzz Buttons: Feel the Buzz Sensation

Buzz Buttons, also known as the Szechuan Button and toothache plant, is not your ordinary flower. Traditionally used for its anesthetic properties to relieve toothaches, this little gem has another unique feature up its sleeve—it creates a tingly, buzzing sensation when you eat it!  In this post, I’ll show you how to grow your very

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Fuchsia edible flowers

Edible Fuchsia Flowers: Discover the Secrets of its Edible Uses

Are Fuchsia flowers edible? Yes they are! Continue reading to learn all about the edible Fuchsia. The Fuchsia is well known as a flamboyant and eye-catching flowering plant but many are unaware that yes fuchsias are very edible. They are on the list of edible flowers and what’s more, you can eat the flowers, leaves,

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