You may think eating flowers is a new trend, but the trend started in 140BC when Romans used to incorporate violets and roses into their food, mostly as a decoration in salads.
In the Americas, the early Incas and Aztecs used edible flowers. In Asia Hindus have used flowers in rituals for centuries.

Learn how to grow and use edible flowers at this workshop

10:00 – Tour of Chestnut Brae garden and discover new edible plants
11:00 to 1:00 – Workshop presented by Toby and Donna Bindon
1:00 – Light lunch prepared by Chestnut Brae
2:00 – Tour of sweet chestnut orchard and processing unit
This workshop is limited to a maximum of 20 people
$65 Plus GST
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