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Discover the Magic of Edible Flowers from Magnolia's Yarden: A Guide to Incorporating Floral Flavor

Updated: Jun 26, 2023

Move over, bland and boring ingredients - it's time to add some flower power to your meals! Edible flowers have been spicing up plates for centuries and it's about time you joined the garden party.

These floral beauties not only look Instagram-worthy on your plate, but they also pack a flavor punch that'll have your taste buds doing a happy dance. Whether you're a Michelin-star chef or a novice home cook, edible flowers are the secret ingredient you never knew you needed.


And if you're looking for the crème de la crème of edible flowers, look no further than Magnolia's Yarden. We've got a yarden full of blooms that are just begging to be plucked and sprinkled into your next culinary creation. So go ahead, impress your dinner guests with a touch of floral finesse - we won't tell them it was our idea.


Listen up, aspiring flower chefs - not all flowers are created equal when it comes to cooking. You can't just go plucking any old bloom and toss it into your dish. You need to be careful and do some flower forensics before you get creative.

Rule number one: Only use flowers that have been grown for the purpose of chomping down on. Don't go picking any old posy from the side of the road and think you're a culinary genius. You need to make sure your petals are specifically cultivated for your consumption pleasure.


And rule number two: Know your edible flower anatomy. Just because a flower looks pretty doesn't mean every inch of it is safe for eating. Take roses, for example - petals? Delicious. Leaves and stems? Not so much. So before you go getting all Iron Chef on us, do some research and make sure you're not about to poison yourself with some rogue greenery.


One of our most popular edible flowers is the nasturtium. This bright and vibrant flower adds a peppery flavor to dishes and is an exceptional addition to salads, sandwiches, and even soups. They are also perfect for adding a pop of color to any plate, a lovely garnish for drinks and cocktails.



Another delightful edible flower from Magnolia’s Yarden is the borage flower. This delicate blue flower has a mild cucumber flavor that pairs well with many dishes, including grilled meats and seafood, salads, and desserts. Borage flowers also have anti-inflammatory properties, making them a great addition to healthy meals.

Our rose petals are the perfect ingredient for those looking to add a touch of sweetness to their dishes. These delicate petals have a subtle floral flavor that pairs well with baked goods, such as cakes and pastries, fruits, salads, and teas. They are also great for making rose water and syrups, which can be used to add a touch of sweetness to drinks and cocktails.

Our chamomile flowers are another great option for adding flavor and aroma to your dishes. These tiny white and yellow flowers have a delicate apple-like flavor and are often used in teas, syrups, and sauces. They are also great for adding a touch of elegance to your table and make a beautiful garnish for plates and glasses.


Listen up, all you flavor fanatics and presentation perfectionists - we've got the goods to take your culinary creations from "meh" to marvelous. At Magnolia's Yarden, we take edible flowers seriously. We're not just some fly-by-night floral operation - we're committed to growing only the crème de la crème of edible blooms. Whether you're a top-notch chef or just trying to impress your mother-in-law with your cooking skills, our flowers are guaranteed to knock your socks off.

So why settle for boring old ingredients when you can add some charm to your plate with a sprinkle of our edible floral magic? Your taste buds (and your Instagram followers) will thank you. Come on, let's take your meals from drab to fab with Magnolia's Yarden.


Live your best botanical life from the garden to the kitchen


Happy cooking, with flowers!

Danielle Fischer



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