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Edible Flowers in your Organic Garden Add Color and Flavor

There are many common garden flowers that are edible and even tasty. Flowers are rich in nectar and pollen, and some are high in vitamins and minerals. For instance, roses—especially rose hips—are very high in vitamin C, marigolds and nasturtiums contain vitamin C, and dandelion blossoms contain vitamins A and C. My personal favorites are nasturtiums and chive flowers.

Edible flowers should be picked as fully open flowers in the cool of the day, after the dew has evaporated. It is best to sample several flowers before harvesting. Flowers grown in different locations can have different tastes, because of different soil types, fertilization, and environmental conditions.

Some flowers are are toxic, so don't eat any flower unless you are certain about its identity. People allergic to pollen or those with athsma should remove the pistils and stamen of flowers before eating

Use flowers that are grown organically.

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Community Supported Agriculture: A Sensible Option to Organic Gardening on Your Own
by Chip Phelan

Community Gardens, aka Community Supported Agriculture or CSA is the wave of the future in sustainable agriculture. It's also a viable alternative to planting your own organic vegetable garden.

If you’re like a lot of people, who are so busy just trying to catch up with the demands of life in the 21st century, the idea of starting your own organic garden may be daunting. There is a viable option and it’s called “Community Supported Agriculture” or (CSA). CSA is a means of becoming involved in community based food production by sharing in the costs and the profits (in the form of fresh produce) of a local farm. Read full text...

 
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Organic Gardening enthusiasts have been composting for years. Composting methods take a leap forward with the use of compost tea. Learn how compost tea works and why you will want to incorporate it into your organic gardening methods. Read full text

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Looking for a way to reduce stress? Organic gardening could be just the activity you're looking for. Read this informative article about gardening and how it affects our sense of well being.  Read full text. 

 
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A Greenhouse Primer: What You Need to Know to Buy or Build a Greenhouse.
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A greenhouse can be a great way to extend your growing season, in some cases allowing you to keep growing vegetables year-round. A greenhouse can also help you to move your gardening venture from the realm of a hobby to a livelihood. If you’re thinking of making the investment in a greenhouse you might want to consider some of the issues and options in this greenhouse product review.  Read Full Text...
 

 
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 Organic Gardening: Items of Interest
Saturday, October 21, 2006



Edible Flowers in your Organic

Garden Add Color and Flavor



There are many common garden flowers that are

edible and even tasty. Flowers are rich in nectar and pollen, and some are high

in vitamins and minerals. For instance, roses�especially rose hips�are very high

in vitamin C, marigolds and nasturtiums contain vitamin C, and dandelion

blossoms contain vitamins A and C. My personal favorites are nasturtiums and

chive flowers.





Edible flowers should be picked as fully open flowers in the cool of the day,

after the dew has evaporated. It is best to sample several flowers before

harvesting. Flowers grown in different locations can have different tastes,

because of different soil types, fertilization, and environmental conditions.







Some flowers are are toxic, so don't eat any flower unless you are certain about

its identity. People allergic to pollen or those with athsma should remove the

pistils and stamen of flowers before eating





Use flowers that are grown organically.



 
 

 

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