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Butterfly Pea Flower: A Mesmerizing & Amazing Edible Flower!

Butterfly Pea Flower (Clitoria ternatea): Everything You Need to Know I think the Butterfly Pea Flower must be one of our most exquisite and useful edible flowers. Its stunning blue flowers create a dazzling display in gardens while also giving us many health benefits. I just love this flower and its one of my top […]

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Edible Hibiscus Flower: Hibiscus Sabdariffa With Amazing Uses

Hibiscus sabdariffa is the most widely used edible hibiscus flower, and this post will provide an overview of everything you need to know about this wonderfully versatile and useful cranberry hibiscus plant. Page Contents Hibiscus Sabdariffa: The Most Widely Used Edible Hibiscus Flower Hibiscus Sabdariffa is part of the large Hibiscus family and is the

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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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Can You Eat Sunflowers? Taste the Sunflower Magic

Can you eat Sunflowers? Yes – absolutely! The whole of the common sunflower Helianthus annuus is edible. The common sunflower, scientifically known as Helianthus annuus, provides a variety of edible delights. Nonetheless, distinguishing between different species of sunflowers is essential as some are not grown for human use. Helianthus annuus cultivars are the edible sunflowers.

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