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Cool Wave pansies are a great way to incorporate colour into your container gardens during the cold season, and they don't taste bad either!
As I continue to build on my edible-container courtyard garden (like most gardens, it will never actually be completed), I’ve been working to include four-season interest wherever I can, particularly in the larger pots where there is lots of room for layers of plantings.
As winter’s chill pervades, I’ve been ever so happy with my combo of kale and Cool Wave pansies, which provide a blast of colour to the planters also housing alpine strawberries and now-dormant fruit trees.
And what, may you ask, are pansies doing in a food garden? The good news is that the mildly mint-flavoured blooms of pansies are sweet to eat on cakes and other desserts, as well as in salads, as shown by this recipe shared by the folks at Cool Wave and Burpee.