Polenta cake with cup of Coffee. Near forget me nots on rustic wooden table.

By October 21, 2017Articles

Polenta cake with cup of Coffee. Near forget me nots on rustic wooden table.

By October 21, 2017Articles

Polenta cake with cup of Coffee. Near forget me nots on rustic wooden table.

By Amy Grant Do you have forget-me-nots in your landscape? These annual or biennial herbs are quite prolific; seeds can stay dormant in the soil for up to 30 years, when on a whim they decide to germinate. Have you ever wondered “can I eat forget-me-nots”? After all, there are sometimes hundreds of the plants, or at least there are in my yard. Read on to find out if forget-me-nots are edible. Can I Eat Forget-Me-Nots? Yes, they are pretty with their sprays of tiny blue flowers, but I get so many of them invading the gardens, I tend to pull them out. I’m talking about ornamental forget-me-nots (Myosotis sylvatica). Turns out, maybe I should think about harvesting and eating forget-me-not flowers because the answer to ‘are forget-me-nots edible’ is yes. About Edible Forget-Me-Nots Ornamental forget-me-nots (M. sylvatica) are indeed edible. They grow in USDA zones 5-9. If you are

Polenta cake with cup of Coffee. Near forget me nots on rustic wooden table.

By Amy Grant Do you have forget-me-nots in your landscape? These annual or biennial herbs are quite prolific; seeds can stay dormant in the soil for up to 30 years, when on a whim they decide to germinate. Have you ever wondered “can I eat forget-me-nots”? After all, there are sometimes hundreds of the plants, or at least there are in my yard. Read on to find out if forget-me-nots are edible. Can I Eat Forget-Me-Nots? Yes, they are pretty with their sprays of tiny blue flowers, but I get so many of them invading the gardens, I tend to pull them out. I’m talking about ornamental forget-me-nots (Myosotis sylvatica). Turns out, maybe I should think about harvesting and eating forget-me-not flowers because the answer to ‘are forget-me-nots edible’ is yes. About Edible Forget-Me-Nots Ornamental forget-me-nots (M. sylvatica) are indeed edible. They grow in USDA zones 5-9. If you are

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