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Edible flowers






Feb 25/2016
We are officially planning an edible flower concept for our patio at work.  We are also going to start up a herb garden again so we have some things to play with for garnish.  I haven’t been this excited in a long time.
The pictures I posted are from google.  They are some examples of types I would like to have.  We have to pass it through a board of administrators for the golf course first.  I do not see why they would not think that would look pretty and be a super neat idea that they would be used on the plates.

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