Herbs, Edible Flowers, and More

  

     

Get creative with what you grow and eat!

  • Interplant traditional vegetable plants in your garden with a variety of drought-tolerant, aromatic, and useful herbs. 
  • Plant vegetables and fruit to add color and liveliness to your garden; consider brightly colored Swiss chard or dark colored beet greens. 
  • Add richness and diversity with non-traditional edible plant parts such as nasturtium and pansy flowers.
  • Select ornamental plants for your garden that are attractive, low-maintenance, and well-suited to Delaware, but also have the added benefit of producing food like the edible fruit of paw-paw, blueberry, or serviceberry.

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