Pawpaw fruit has flesh that tastes something like a cross between mango and banana.
Elderberries make a great addition to fruit jellies and preserves. Age-old country tonic of elderberry wine can be a fun way to use up some of this prolifically fruiting crop. The flowers are edible too – and can be made into tasty fritters, infused sugars, or refreshing cordials.
The plant not only bloom beautiful flowers but also its fruit can be edible and drinks.
Sunflowers seem to be one of those plants that everybody loves to grow. Harvest the seeds, hull them, and toast them for your salads.
Besides the incredible flavor, rhubarb plants offer another stunningly architectural point of interest in the garden.
Like the nasturtium, the pansy can make a great and tasty addition to a salad, or colorful and edible cake decoration.
These asparagus plants could beat any ornamental fern in a stately home garden. And the young spears, when harvested directly from the garden and cooked within hours, are a delicacy that’s infinitely superior to store-bought asparagus.