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Sugar and Charm’s Edible Flower Chart


sc_edibleflowerboard_2Using fresh flowers is one of the easiest ways to decorate a dessert or garnish a cocktail. With backyard parties, summer drinks and Mother’s Day just around the corner, we created a charming edible flower chart featuring some of our favorite edible flowers. Yes, you can eat these beautiful flowers! I hope you all get a little use out of this flower chart for your next party!


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24 responses to Sugar and Charm’s Edible Flower Chart

  1. […] our lavender simple syrup and our nasturtium inspired salad. I was especially excited when I saw Sugar and Charm’s little info graphic on the edible flowers you can find growing in your […]

  2. […] So to the post. I am so in love with flowers, I love them in my house, surrounding my house, and now I  am even loving the different ways you can use flowers in food. See above for a list of edible flowers! This would make such a cute poster too! This is from Sugar & Charm. […]

  3. […] So before you start incorporating blooms into your menus, make sure they are edible. As seen below, Sugar & Charm provided a very colorful chart to tell you which flowers are safe for you and your […]

  4. January 13, 2015

    Lovely infographics. I was planing to make some ice cubes with flowers inside, but was not sure which ones are edible. Thanks for the info, now I know which ones to use.

  5. […] favorite edible flowers to use are pansies. Here is a good list of common edible flowers you should be able to find and use throughout the […]

  6. […] found this helpful and beautiful edible flower chart on the website and had to share it with you all.  This is a perfect way to see what flowers you can use in your […]

  7. […] via: sugarandcharm (function() { var rcel = document.createElement("script"); = 'rc_' + […]

  8. September 29, 2015

    […] your ice cube tray and freeze away! I used mint leaves and nasturtium petals. Here’s a handy edible flower chart for more inspiration. If you like, you can add a bit of water just to cover the edibles, freeze, […]

  9. […] you know which flowers are safe to eat, we found this handy edible flower chart from Sugar and Charm‘s fantastic blog. Please make sure your flowers are clean and dry before […]

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  14. […] first thing to think about is what kind of flowers to use. I found this guide on Pinterest to help me pick out the flowers. Don’t want to put anything poisonous on a […]

  15. […] Here is a link to an Edible Flower Chart […]

  16. October 5, 2016

    Wow, that’s what I was exploring for, what a data!
    present here at this webpage, thanks admin of this web site.

  17. October 13, 2016

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  18. January 15, 2017

    Great information. Lucky me I found your website by accident (stumbleupon).

    I have saved as a favorite for later!

  19. Penny Grande
    February 1, 2017

    Where can I purchase this beautiful edible flowers chart poster?

    1. Eden
      February 3, 2017

      It’s a free printable download!

  20. […] first thing to think about is what kind of flowers to use. I found this guide on Pinterest to help me pick out the flowers. Don’t want to put anything poisonous on a cake! I […]

  21. Gabtriela Zuest
    April 15, 2017

    I would love to print out your lovely edible flower charts to hang up in my kitchen but it won’t work.
    Are you selling the charts?
    Greetings Gabriela

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