Sometimes the most important thing in life is not how pretty something looks, but what it does for us. That is why we want to introduce you to our colorful crops: flowers that are also edible! They are easy to grow and have a variety of uses – from brewing tea and making salads from their petals…
A colorful garden, not just with flowers, but also with vegetables, herbs and fruits. How does that sound to you?
When it comes to choosing the colors of your garden, you should be creative. And by this we don’t mean just with flowers, but also with vegetables, herbs and fruits. How does that sound to you?
If you want to create a colorful garden with flowers, take care that you don’t place them in an all white or all one color environment. Colored plants look better together when they are surrounded by other colors as well. The same goes for vegetables and fruits: make sure to use different colors from each other when planting them in your backyard or on your balcony!
Try using different shades of green if possible too because they’ll look great together with yellow flowers such as daffodils (Narcissus) or tulips (Tulipa). Or try out pink or red petunias along with purple-colored pansies like Viola odorata ‘Victor’! For even more impactful results use some vibrant colors such as orange poppies (Papaver rhoeas).
A beautiful vegetable garden with winter salad
Winter salad, also known as winter purslane, is a colorful vegetable that can be grown in the garden. It’s a succulent plant that grows in the winter. Winter salad is used in salads and is very healthy.
A vegetable garden can be decorative at the same time as functional. Maybe it’s time to include a few of these versatile crops in your flower beds and fruit beds? We’ve got some tasty, colorful and above all healthy tips for you!
How to grow a vegetable garden:
For you who want to grow your own vegetables but do not know how or where, this blog will be a piece of cake! We’ll give you some tips and tricks that will show you how to make the most out of your garden space.
The first thing is choosing what type of soil you have in your area. If there are rocks, then that means it’s an ideal place for growing crops like potatoes and carrots because these plants love rocky soil. You’ll also want to think about how much sunlight your plot gets during different times of day. Make sure that there’s enough light at certain times so that certain crops will thrive (like spinach).
A good tip is having some plants with short growing seasons around other ones with longer ones; this way, if something dies due to frost or disease during one season then there will still be something else growing nearby attracting bees!
You don’t have to choose between function and aesthetics in the vegetable garden. The Greenhouse has selected a number of plants that fit into both categories.
You don’t have to choose between function and aesthetics in the vegetable garden. The Greenhouse has selected a number of plants that fit into both categories. Beetroot and chives are examples of plants that are both beautiful and useful. Beetroot is a colorful and tasty vegetable, while the bright purple flowers of chives make this herb an attractive addition to any kitchen garden.
Cornflowers are not only a bee magnet, they are also edible. You can sprinkle them over salads and parfaits. Or drink tea made from the petals.
Cornflowers are not only a bee magnet, they are also edible. You can sprinkle them over salads and parfaits. Or drink tea made from the petals. They are versatile crops, easy to grow and one of the sweetest smelling plants in your garden!
You can use cornflowers as an insect repellent by rubbing the petals on your skin or putting some in your pockets before heading out for a hike in the woods or going camping at night with no lights nearby. It is important that you do this before heading out into nature so that any insects will smell these flowers and not want to come near you because they know there might be another plant nearby emitting an even stronger odour than what they smell on yourself now that could be more effective at repelling unwanted pests than just wearing one flower’s scent alone (which would be fun but probably not very practical).
They also come in different colors. The color of this plant is their most striking feature. They come in pale blue, deep blue, pink and white. There is something for every taste! Tricolor is a real eye-catcher (the top two flowers are cornflowers).
Cornflowers are a wonderful and easy to grow addition to your garden. They grow easily, and will thrive in almost any soil type. They’re also edible! This is a big bonus for those of us who like to cook with home-grown vegetables and herbs.
Cornflowers come in many different colors, but the most striking feature of this plant is its color. The cornflower plant has been grown for centuries as an ornamental flower, not just because of its beautiful purple blossoms but also because it attracts bees that are essential to pollination of many fruit trees and vegetables that we enjoy eating today.
As mentioned earlier, there’s something for every taste: tricolor (the top two flowers are cornflowers) or single colored like this one here on the right side between blueberry bushes growing strawberries just south from where I live now –
Like the blue flowering cornflower, this plant attracts bees like no other plant can! And it’s such an easy crop to grow. It’s not for nothing that Chamomile is used for all kinds of medicines and natural remedies! And did we mention how pretty it looks?
This is another one of those crops that’s easy to grow, beautiful, and has many medicinal uses. The blue cornflower attracts bees like no other plant can! And it’s such an easy crop to grow. It’s not for nothing that Chamomile is used for all kinds of medicines and natural remedies! And did we mention how pretty it looks?
So, are you ready to give it a go? If so, then you’ve come to the right place! The Greenhouse offers a wide range of colorful crops and we’ve got plenty more tips for growing them. We’re looking forward to seeing what you will create with our products!