Edible Flowers in Nature
Edible flowers can add interest and beauty to any arrangement. Many edible varieties are surprisingly easy to find, and they cover a whole spectrum of tastes. For example, chrysanthemums have a slightly bitter taste. Dandelions have a sweet flavor. Begonias have a citrus-like sensation. Delicate flowers from fruit trees smell wonderful, and they lend a sweet scent to the arrangement. When you choose edible flowers, make sure that they are not treated with pesticides, and refrain from using flowers that you find by the roadside. Keep these guidelines in mind, and you can safely explore the beauty and versatility of edible flowers.