chamomile, so pretty and smell heavenly in the herb garden; they're easy to grow from seed and naturalize well if you leave the second batch of flowers (after harvesting for tea, etc) to wilt and go to seed
‘The Albrighton Rambler’ has small, cup-shaped, perfectly formed flowers of softest pink that pale to blush. The petals are beautifully arranged with a little button eye; the overall appearance being one of exceptional prettiness and charm. The blooms are held in large sprays and hang gracefully on the branch.
HOW can we ever doubt that a God who paints each petal such a beautiful shade of blue..and also makes the seeds to blow in time to make more....Does not have us in the palm of his hands nor a reason why he created us all so uniquely
Edible flowers are more than pretty decoration, and can bring major flavor to a dish—I once had some that tasted like garlic—but I will admit I have a hard time identifying them. Luckily, this graphic from Lucky Peach can help with that.