Edible Rose Mallow

Edible Rose Mallow

Feature 13645798 | © House of Pictures / Brandt, Kira | 15 images & text


Featuring: Beautiful DIY projects made with bright pink Rose Mallow (Lavatera Trimestris)The Idea: Once spring begins, we all wish that bright flowers will bring to bloom as soon as the ground thaws. So why wait?! Start sowing Rose mallow flowers in your greenhouse in March and April so you can plant them in the ground come May! Once they are in full bloom, you can add these edible blossoms to your water, salads, and cake.The Style: A warm and floral greenhouse atmosphere inspires creative ways to use the edible flower Rose Mallow.

Feature No.: 13645798
Number of images: 15
Country: Denmark
Photographer: © House of Pictures / Brandt, Kira
Text Writer: Gaia Brandt
Stylist: Gaia Brandt
Topic: Food
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