Beautiful Blooms


  • Date08 September 2020 - 31 October 2020
  • Timeanytime
  • LocationOnline
  • Price Free

You may be surprised by just how many types of flowers can safely make the transition from garden to table. From the flowers of herbs such as chamomile and chives to some well-known ornamentals like dianthus, rose petals, snapdragons and geraniums, many common flowers are suitable to eat if grown and prepared directly.

From adorning cakes to transforming a bowl of leafy greens, edible blooms are easy to grow and full of goodness.

To get all the tips and tricks visit the Living Smart website to watch the online video with The Micro Gardener - Anne Gibson.

This event is part of fabric Slow Fashion | Artful Living.

fabric is supported by the Regional Arts Development Fund and council’s Living Smart program.


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