Edible Garden
One of the specialty gardens featured in our Teaching Herb Garden, located at Elm Bank in Wellesley, Massachusetts.
This introduction to the Edible Garden was written and reseached by Riekie Sluder and Iris Weaver,  members of The New England Unit of The Herb Society of America.

Bibliography for Edible Flowers and Plants

Belsinger, Susan. Flowers in the Kitchen.  Colorado: Interweave Press, 1991.

Brown, Deni. The Herb Society of America New Encyclopedia of Herbs and Their Uses.  New York: Dorling Kindersley Limited, 2001.

Cohen, Russ.  Wild Plants I have known…And Eaten.  Essex, MA. : Essex County Greenbelt Association, 2004.

Creasy, Rosalind. The Edible Flower Garden. Boston, MA. : Periplus Editions, 1999.

Meuninck, Jim.  Basic Essentials: Edible Wild Plants and Useful Herbs. Guilford, CT.: The Globe Pequot Press, 2007.

Tenenbaum, Frances, Series Ed. Taylor’s 50 Best Herbs and Edible Flowers.  New York, New York: Houghton Mifflin Press, 1999.

Websites:
Colorado State University:  http://www.ext.colostate.edu/pubs/Garden/07237.html

National Gardening Association: Edible Landscaping with Charlie Nardozzi http://www.garden.org/ediblelandscaping/?page=edible-flowers

North Carolina State University:  http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/depts/hort/hil/hil-8513.html

Linda Stradley, What’s Cooking America website: http://whatscookingamerica.net/EdibleFlowers/EdibleFlowersMain.htm


EdibleGarden.pdf
A list of edible plants and flowers and their uses.