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Scented Geranium — 30 Comments

  1. That would make interesting flavours in a dish.. What can I do with all my pumpkin flowers!!

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    • I have seen pumpkin flowers being used for salads, just blanch them and use them as is – never tried it though!

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  2. thanks for the interesting info & they do look gorgeous

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    • My pleasure!

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  3. I love rose-scented geraniums too – the tea is so wonderfully calming and relaxing.
    Kit sharing the blog ♥ Hot Tuscan Crostini or Finely ChoppedMy Profile

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    • I am going to get a lemon scented one tomorrow if the nursery has stock and start playing around with recipes 🙂

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  4. That’s one thing I never use in cooking, but I should. Flowers make salads look so pretty!
    Jacqueline sharing the blog ♥ New in my Kitchen #8My Profile

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    • You should have a lot of edible flowers where you live – I have the best heather flower mix that we bought back from Scotland – the purple heather is the prettiest by far!

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  5. I absolutely love my geraniums!
    Lizzy (Good Things) sharing the blog ♥ Postcards and Morsels – a Winter’s walkMy Profile

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    • They are such a hardy plant aren’t they Liz?

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  6. Love the jelly mould idea – how beautiful.

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    • I cannot wait to try it Sally!

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  7. I love the idea of cooling a cake on the leaves to infuse the flavor.

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    • I am going to try it the next time I bake Karen 🙂

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  8. How gorgeous!

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    • Thank you Joanne 🙂

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  9. I have never tried geranium in food… I will have to look for some flowers and make a tea 🙂 Thanks for sharing 🙂
    GourmetGetaways sharing the blog ♥ Tapas Macauleys Restuarant -Coffs HarbourMy Profile

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    • I think you should have no problem finding this flower in Australia Julie 🙂

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  10. Great tips, Tandy!

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    • Thanks Squishy 🙂

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  11. It’s times like these that I wish I had a garden (and a green thumb ;)). Hope you have a great weekend coming up Tandy! 😀
    Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella sharing the blog ♥ Home Made Fork-Split English MuffinsMy Profile

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    • Thanks Lorraine, we had a super three day weekend 🙂

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  12. This is one of my favourite aromoatherapy oils – will have to use it in my cooking now too!

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    • I also love the essential oil!

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  13. That’s one of the reasons why having a garden is an amazing thing. I have to buy my flowers for cooking 🙂
    Marta @ What Should I eat for breakfast today sharing the blog ♥ Pumpkin and apple pancakesMy Profile

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    • I am so grateful for my garden Marta 🙂

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  14. Tandy, these geraniums are gorgeous! I had no idea you can use them for cooking. Thanks for sharing!

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    • Until I read my book, I didn’t know either 🙂

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  15. Ooo, I also want a scented germanium in my garden – what a fabulously useful plant.
    🙂 Mandy xo

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    • It should grow really well where you live Mandy 🙂

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