Edible flowers are characterized by subtle and not so subtle flavors and aromas, delicate texture and a rainbow of color. Most are easy to cultivate and they often are already present in our gardens and fields. Learn what flowers you can use, and plan ahead to cultivate them for an impressive addition to summer salads and drinks.
Davis-Hollander is an ethnobotanist trained at Harvard University, former Director of the Eastern Native Seed Conservancy, gardener, garden writer, and principal of Dandelion Gardening Arts. When not otherwise engaged he can be found at the circulation desk at Scoville Memorial Library and oversees adult programmin