Edible & Medicinal Flowers

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New Africa Books, 2000 - Cooking (Flowers) - 160 pages
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This guide brings together an extraordinary collection of over 80 flowers, trees and herbs that not only give a magnificent show in the garden, but also have remarkable healing properties and can be used in cooking and as cosmetic alternatives.
 

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Extremely awesome book, I searched up Nasturtium, and i found out that this plant is a great medicinal plant

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This is an awesome resource on the medicinal and culinary potential of flowers, complete with recipes and cultivation notes.

Contents

Almond blossom
2
Anise
3
Anise hyssop
4
Artichoke
5
Banana flower
6
Bergamot
7
Borage
8
Buckwheat
9
Hyssop
45
Jasmine
46
Judas tree
47
Lavender
48
Linseed
49
Lucerne
50
Mint
51
Moringa
52

Burdock
10
Calamint Emperors mint
11
Calendula
12
Californian poppy
13
Cape sorrel
14
Caraway
15
Carnation
16
Carpet geranium
17
Chamomile
18
Chicory
19
Chives
20
Clover
21
Coriander
22
Cornflower
23
Crab apple blossom
24
Dahlia
25
Dandelion
26
Day lily
27
Delicious monster
28
Echinacea
29
Elder flowers
30
Evening primrose
31
False acacia
32
Feijoa
33
Fennel
34
Fruit sage
35
Fuchsia
36
Gardenia
37
Garland chrysanthemum
38
Gladiolus
39
Golden rod
40
Granadilla flower
41
Hawthorn
42
Hollyhock
43
Honeysuckle
44
Mullein
53
Mustard
54
Myrtle
55
Nasturtium
56
Orange blossom
57
Pansy viola
58
Peach blossom
59
Pineapple sage
60
Plumbago
61
Plum blossom
62
Poppy
63
Prickly pear
64
Pumpkin squash and marrow flowers
65
Rocket
66
Rose
67
Roselle
68
Rosemary
69
Rosescented geranium
70
Sage
71
Snapdragon
72
St Johns wort
73
Strawberry flowers
74
Sunflower
75
Thyme
76
Tuberose
77
Tulip
78
Violet
79
Waterblommetjie
80
Water lily
81
Winter savory
82
Wisteria
83
Yarrow
84
Yucca
85
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