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    Grow Your Own, Nevada! Spring 2013: Edible Herbs and Flowers Grow Your Own, Nevada! Spring 2013: Edible Herbs and Flowers Presentation Transcript

    • Herbs&Edible FlowersWhitney LaurenMaster Gardener
    • Edible Flowers
    • Safe ChoicesOnly eat flowers that have beengrown for consumption.
    • AniseHyssop
    • Arugula flowers
    • BachelorButtons
    • Calendula
    • Chive
    • GarlicChives
    • English lavender buds andFrench lavender
    • Spanish Lavender
    • Marigold
    • Basil, Lemon Gem andKnotted Marjoram
    • Bee Balm or Monarda
    • Lemon Bergamot
    • Nasturtium
    • Rosemary
    • Chamomile
    • Elderberry
    • Apple Blossoms
    • Gai Lon
    • Honeysuckle
    • Pansies
    • Double Delight
    • RunnerBeans
    • Sage varieties
    • Zucchini blossoms
    • Sweet Woodruff
    • Woodland Violet
    • Borage flowers
    • Daylily
    • Grape Hyacinth
    • Hollyhocks
    • Lilac
    • Peony
    • Scented Geranium
    • Thyme
    • Yucca
    • `
    • Herbs
    • Wild Arugula
    • Bronze Fennel
    • Lemon Balm
    • Lemon Grass
    • Mint
    • Golden Oregano
    • Rosemary
    • Sage
    • Sorrel
    • Tarragon
    • Thyme
    • Arugula
    • Basil
    • Chervil
    • Cilantro
    • Dill
    • Parsley
    • Herb Garden Designs
    • The herb spiral
    • Variations
    • Herb Wheel
    • Traveling herb garden
    • Small Space Solutions
    • Basil
    • Preserving the Harvest
    • Drying herbs
    • Herb leaves in ice
    • Pansies in ice and candied
    • Herb Vinegars
    • ServingTheHarvest
    • Tisane
    • Gremolata
    • Fresh flowers pressed into cheese
    • Nectarines and Johnny-jump-ups
    • Cucumber, Tomato, BorageSalad
    • Herb and Fruit Sorbets
    • Cocktail Time