There are all kinds of edible flowers out there. Just to name a few.....lavender, thyme, dill, cilantro, daylily, nasturtiums, chives, basil, pansies, dandelions, violets, clover, and squash blossoms. And there are so many more! I've eaten most of the ones I've names. I remember my mom dipping squash blossoms in batter and frying them up. She'd also put pansies and violets in salads on occasion, and also sugar them onto cakes. Whenever I'm walking and see fresh clover blossoms, I can never resist. I always, always bend over and pick a few to eat! There's somethings about eating flowers that is so inviting. Don't you think? They're so beautiful, it almost seems wrong, but they taste so right! I recently discovered a new flower to eat, and I can't get enough of them! They're sweet to start then turn sour, but in an oh so good way. It's the Costus flower I'm referring to. In the morning, I will go to the color garden in the park, before the gates are open to visitors and eat my fill of costus flowers! Tharin loves them too and will greedily eat every last one without offering anyone, including his mommy, one single blossom! I took him to the park recently and we picked a bunch. We talked him into giving one and only one to Earl very begrudgingly. We then walked around the rest of the park with his favorite green mask on! And I suspect he's going to hate me for constantly putting flowers in his hair and taking his picture!