Learn how to Make a Garnish Garden in Containers and relish freshly picked colorful dressing for your dishes all year round!
When you Make a Garnish Garden in Containers, you have an access to flavorful herbs, fresh flowers, juicy fruits, and organic vegetables, all of which you can use in a variety of ways to make your cuisines look more beautiful while adding a dash of nutrition at the same time!
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How to Grow Your Garnish in Containers
1. Edible Flowers
Here are some of the best edible flowers for cakes and garnishing
Herbs like basil, chives, oregano, rosemary, parsley, mint, chervil, cilantro, and dill are used to accentuate the taste and look of the dishes. By growing them in your home, you will always have an access to aromatic herbs for soups, veggies, beef, fish, and stews.
Check out our article on cooking herbs here.
Here are some great leafy greens you can grow
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Other Plants for Garnish Garden in Containers
- Nasturtium: Rich in vitamin and minerals, it also adds flavor and fragrance to your favorite dishes. Learn how to grow it in containers here.
- Scented Geranium: Grow geraniums in pots year-round for colors and scent in your cuisines.
- Marjoram: The distinct sweet-pungent aroma makes this herb an essential garnishing agent. Learn how to grow marjoram in containers here
- Rose: Provides bitter-sweet taste and fragrance to dishes. Here is how you can grow it in pots.
- Crabapple: Adds a slight sweet-sour taste. Check this post for growing it in pots.
- Fennel: It has a sweet scent and licorice-like flavor. Here is all you need to know about growing it in pots.
- Orange: Sweet and strong aroma with a signature citrusy taste. Check this article for growing it in containers.
- Blueberry: Adds a sour and sweet flavor to cakes and pastries. Here’s all you need to know about growing it in pots.
- Celery: You can use celery leaves and stalk to garnish a variety of dishes.
Some Additional Tips
- Always grow vegetables, herbs, and flowers without the use of any pesticide.
- Use young leaves and flowers for the best flavors.
- Add new garnish to your diet slowly so that you can identify any allergy.
- Rinse the plants gently in running water before consuming them.