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Edible Flowers with garden author & speaker Teresa O’Connor

Jan 03, 2013 -
  Edible Flowers with garden author & speaker Teresa O’Connor
Find out which edible flower Autumn and Teresa both grow.

Pretty in the garden, pretty on your table—use edible flowers to make your meals sparkle!

Garden author Teresa O’Connor was a featured speaker about Edible Flowers at the Mother Earth News Fair in Puyallup, Washington and we have our own interview with Teresa!

Find out what flower she likes to batter and fry, which is her favorite for freezing in ice cubes, and her suggestions for easy to grow and use flowers.

Click the video below for Teresa’s conversation with our Marketing Manager, Autumn Barr.

We have a special seed collection of Edible Flowers for you—our Garnish With Style Gift Seed Tin has 10 packs of our favorite edible flowers (some will surprise you) at a discounted price.

edible flower seed tin

In early January 2013 we gave away this seed tin, our botanical art calendar for 2013 and a set of botanical note cards, in the giveaway at Teresa’s blog, Seasonal Wisdom.

You’ll want to check out Seasonal Wisdom for organic gardening tips, recipes, and folklore about plants and holidays. Teresa’s a Master Gardener in both California and Idaho.

Categories: Organic Seeds, Organic Vegetable Seeds, Vegetable Seeds, Heirloom Seeds, Flower Seeds, Edible Landscaping

Teresa O'Connor Says:
Jan 3rd, 2013 at 3:10 pm

Thanks Autumn and all the folks at Peaceful Valley/GrowOrganic for inviting me to participate in this fun video about edible flowers.

I can’t wait to start planting some for next year. How about you? All best,
Teresa at

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