Grow, Then Eat, These Beautiful Edible Flowers


The world’s top chefs covet the flavors, colors and architectural shapes of edible flowers. When I visited Kate Olen, the culinary farmer for The French Laundry, Thomas Keller’s world-famous restaurant in Yountville, California, she noted that the flowers at the restaurant’s farm are the chefs’ most sought-after ingredients. 

Adding edible flowers to your garden is a delicious way to support our pollinator population and grow a gourmet ingredient that can be used to flavor your culinary masterpieces.

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