Some flowers are not just a pretty face, but do double-duty as edible ingredients. The flowers' bright colors add to the visual display of food and provide interesting flavors. Make note of these 5 edible flowers, and then use them in a new recipe or as a fresh twist in one of your favorite recipes.
- Do not apply pesticides to plants with flowers you intend to eat.
- Always wash flowers thoroughly before eating them, and then air dry on a towel.
- Use flowers immediately after harvesting or store in the refrigerator in an airtight container lined with damp paper towel for up to 1 week.