Gardening PLR 2018 (20 Articles)

Gardening PLR

Gardening PLR Articles 2018 (Herbs + Edible Flowers)

20 top quality Gardening PLR Articles you can instantly download and use to grow your business.

10 Herbs PLR Articles + Tweets 

1. Caring for and Maintaining Your Herb Garden

2. Common Mistakes When Growing Herbs

3. DIY Containers for Growing Herbs

4. Eight Reasons You Should Be Growing Your Own Herbs

5. Growing A Herb Garden Outdoors

6. Herbs to Grow in Your Spring Garden

7. Herbs You Can Plant Together

8. Supplies You Need to Grow Herbs

9. Ten Herbs to Grow in Your Kitchen

10. Tips for Herb Growing Success Indoors

10 Edible Flowers PLR Articles

1. Cooking with Edible Flowers and Herbs

2. Different Ways to Use Edible Flowers

3. Drying Edible Flowers and Herbs

4. Easy-to-Grow Edible Flowers

5. Edible Flowers You Can Grow Indoors

6. Growing Edible Flowers and Herbs in the Same Pot

7. Making Your Own Seasoning Combinations from Edible Flowers and Herbs

8. Mistakes New Gardeners Make When Growing Edible Flowers and Herbs

9. Safety Precautions When Using Edible Flowers

10. Tips for Growing Edible Flowers and Herbs

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Article Title: Easy-to-Grow Edible Flowers

Edible flowers have been used for centuries, both raw and cooked. Edible flowers may seem like a strange idea at first, but they are packed with plant nutrients known as phytochemicals, plus a range of vitamins and minerals.

Best of all, you don’t always need a large garden to grow your own edible flowers. Some can be grown in container gardens, window ledges and window boxes. It’s a case of starting out with good seeds and soil, following instructions about watering, and using natural pest control methods as needed.

Here are some flowers which are perfect for beginners wanting to grow them and add them to recipes. When buying the seeds, always check for the Latin name to make sure you are getting an edible variety and not a potentially dangerous cousin.

Borage (Borago officinalis)

These star-shaped flowers come in pink, violet and blue, and taste slightly of cucumbers. Borage is popular in savory dishes like soups and stews. You can also freeze the flowers in water to make ice cubes to add to summertime drinks for some extra refreshment. It is an excellent dried herb to always keep on hand. It can be grown in any degree of sunlight, and pretty much any soil.

Chrysanthemums (Chrysanthemum morifolium, or Chrysanthemum x grandiflorum)

Mums taste the way they smell, slightly spicy and pungent. Use sparingly in salads, stir fries and rice dishes; a little usually goes a long way. Mums need lots of sunlight and do well in most soils as long as they are well-drained.

Daylilies

These flowers taste sweet and floral. They are best harvested when the buds are just about to open. They are used in Asian cuisine, salads and desserts. They thrive in the sun in moist soil which is well-drained.

Geraniums (Pelargonium)

These can vary considerably in taste, from spicy nutmeg or ginger to citrus or peppermint. The lemon and peppermint-tasting varieties work well in ice cream, sorbet, and ice cubes. Freeze the flowers and then use the cubes to liven up your pitchers or punch bowls. Geraniums like light and well-drained soil.

Lavender (Lavandula)

Lavender has many uses around the home, including as parts of recipes. English lavender varieties (Lavender angustifolia) have the best flavor for recipes, which range from sweet to savory. Lavender water, candy, sauces and dressings all have a light citrus taste with an underlying tang of rosemary and sage. Remove all the flowers from the stalk when cooking. These plants love sunlight and need well-drained soil.

Nasturtium

Nasturium is the most popular of all edible flowers, and has been used for centuries as a component of salads and as an ingredient similar in taste to watercress. You can eat both the leaves and flowers. They come in a wide range of colors, so work well as a contrasting color in salads and as a garnish. This plant thrives well in both sun and light shade.

Pansies

Pansies come in a range of colors and generally taste similar to grapes. The flowers are used for garnish, salads and cake decoration. Pansies will grow well in anything except direct sunlight. The moisture levels will vary by the type of pansy, so read the seed packet carefully.

Pinks

Pinks have a delicate flavor with touch of cloves. They are popular as an addition to hot tea and cider. The flowers are also used as an attractive garnish for creamy soups, fruit salad, and cookie platters. Pinks need a lot of sunlight and a very rich soil in order to thrive. There are different species of pinks, so be sure to read the seed packet carefully.

 

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