Maria Seixas

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Edible flowers for cakes, homemade beauty care products, flowers for medicine or edible flowers for a salad. List of edible flowers that can be make into syrups, wines, infused into oils or vinegars or used in kitchen recipes. Here's a list of edible blooms and recipes for how to use them

Edible flowers for cakes, homemade beauty care products, flowers for medicine or edible flowers for a salad. List of edible flowers that can be make into syrups, wines, infused into oils or vinegars or used in kitchen recipes. Here's a list of edible blooms and recipes for how to use them

Candied Flowers Recipe - this one made with Vodka

You will need 1 Thin artists paintbrush. Make a masterpiece by simply garnishing a plain cake with candies flowers or add these to a cup of tea or a cocktail. They can be stored in an airtight contai (Chocolate Mint Leaves)

My flower pressed shortbread cookies in all their glory ✨ // swipe to see the edible blooms + herbs // many of you ask where I get my edible flowers— I have a little organic garden where I grow most myself // I also forage at friends’ gardens + farms // you can ask your favorite farmers at local farmers markets as well, just make sure the flowers you use are edible and not sprayed // photo by super talented and lovely @jessicamenda

My flower pressed shortbread cookies in all their glory ✨ // swipe to see the edible blooms + herbs // many of you ask where I get my edible flowers— I have a little organic garden where I grow most myself // I also forage at friends’ gardens + farms // you can ask your favorite farmers at local farmers markets as well, just make sure the flowers you use are edible and not sprayed // photo by super talented and lovely @jessicamenda

If you could grow 2-6 times more produce and use less water, wouldn't you want to? No brainer, obvious "YES", right? Biointensive gardening is the buzzword in gardening these days and for good reason. With the practical biointensive process, you can repair soil, increase yield, and save water and money.

If you could grow 2-6 times more produce and use less water, wouldn't you want to? No brainer, obvious "YES", right? Biointensive gardening is the buzzword in gardening these days and for good reason. With the practical biointensive process, you can repair soil, increase yield, and save water and money.

New on Lovely Greens: Recipe for Honey & Lavender soap 💜 All natural ingredients make this simple and sensitive olive oil soap. The inside is golden brown from caramelized honey and the top is embedded with lavender flowers. These compliment the natural lavender scent. Recipe and instructions via the link in my bio.

New on Lovely Greens: Recipe for Honey & Lavender soap 💜 All natural ingredients make this simple and sensitive olive oil soap. The inside is golden brown from caramelized honey and the top is embedded with lavender flowers. These compliment the natural lavender scent. Recipe and instructions via the link in my bio.