Violets--flowers edible (salads, desserts, think have vitamin C?) and leaves are, too (high in iron, nice ot add some to spring salads).

Violets--flowers edible (salads, desserts, think have vitamin C?) and leaves are, too (high in iron, nice ot add some to spring salads).

Watercolour drawing of Common Violet Viola canina now known as the Common Dog-violet Viola riviniana. Initialled MRD. Widespread and common in woods, hedgerows and grassland flowing from April to June. Collected in 1849.

Watercolour drawing of Common Violet Viola canina now known as the Common Dog-violet Viola riviniana. Initialled MRD. Widespread and common in woods, hedgerows and grassland flowing from April to June. Collected in 1849.

Molnár Krisztina Rita: Titkos történet az őrről

Molnár Krisztina Rita: Titkos történet az őrről

floriographi: “ The flower symbolism associated with violets is modesty, virtue, affection, watchfulness, and faithfulness. The English name is derived from the vocabulary word, from Latin viola, meaning “violet colour” or “violet flower.” Napoleon...

Antique Dandelion Flower Botanical Science Chart Illustration 1800s Vintage Print Wall Decor Wall Art Floral Decor Design Litograph Art

Antique Dandelion Flower Botanical Science Chart Illustration 1800s Vintage Print Wall Decor Wall Art Floral Decor Design Litograph Art

The next herb in my “Wellness Wednesday” series is Dandelion. I love this nourishing herb and its slightly bitter flavor. We drink it as a tea, but I love the spring when you can pick the young leaves and eat them in salad, or the flowers and add [...]

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