10 Trees With Edible Leaves to Forage or Grow (2022)

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Foraging can be a great way to supplement a homegrown diet. When foraging, you may be surprised by some of the great wild edibles you can find.

For example, did you know that there are a number of trees with edible leaves? Several are common garden species.

Foraging for wild greens is easier than you may have imagined.

You can find plenty of surprisingly delicious things to eat even right under your nose in your own backyard.

But don’t just look down. You might want to look up too.

Many foragers begin by learning to recognize a range ofedible ‘weeds’, such as stinging nettles, dandelions, wild alliums, broadleaf plantain and chickweed, for example.

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There are a huge range of wild edibles that grow on the ground.

Novice foragers will also quickly learn to recognizecommon edible berries, nuts and hedgerow fruits. Some may even make forays into fungi foraging or even take a foraging excursion to a nearby coast to forage for seaweeds and coastal plants.

Many foragers, however, miss out on the bounty of delicious fresh leaves from trees and large shrubs with edible leaves in their environment.

There are a number of trees that have leaves that are delicious in the spring when they first unfurl. They can be an interesting and useful addition to spring salads.

Other trees have leaves that can be consumed all season long.

Why Grow Your Own Trees With Edible Leaves?

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Growing your own trees with edible leaves can be a great idea. Trees often take little work to grow, especially when compared to annual crops.

That means that you can gain an often abundant yield of edible leaves without much work.

Many of these trees are great additions to a low-maintenance forest garden.

Some are also great for wild hedgerows or shelterbelts. They can also be used as stand-alone ornamental or specimen trees to enhance your outside space.

Most don’t only provide edible leaves. They also provide a range of other yields, from fuel or wood for crafting or construction, to fruits, nuts, seeds, sap and many more things of great use around your homestead.

The edible leaves are just one extra bonus on a long list of benefits. Along with foraging the leaves from these trees, you may wish to grow them as well.

10 Trees To Grow for Edible Leaves

If you want to take advantage of this unusual source of spring greens, here are some trees with edible leaves to look out for.

If you do not already have examples close to where you live, these are trees that you should definitely consider growing in your garden.

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1. Beech

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The European beech (Fagus sylvatica), American beech (Fagus grandifolia) and Japanese beeches (Fagus crenata and Fagus japonica) all have leaves that are edible when very fresh and new.

First thing in the spring, when the leaves first unfurl, they can be picked and eaten raw.

They are a great salad ingredient with a mild and pleasant flavor that resembles that of sorrel. However, these are good to eat only over a limited season.

Only the very youngest leaves should be used since older leaves quickly become tough.

European Beech is often used for hedging and in gardens, as well as being found in wild woodland.

It will grow to 30m tall if left unchecked. But though intolerant of coppicing, it copes well with light pruning, and so can easily be kept in check for hedging, or a wilder garden border.

American Beech is an alternative US native for US gardens. This tree makes a shorter specimen, growing to around 10m in height when fully grown.

It can be a good choice for a woodland or forest garden, or as an individual specimen tree or shade tree.

Beeches are dynamic accumulators and great for forest gardens. They are dynamic accumulators which also have a wide range of other uses.

Both types can grow in full shade, semi-shade or no shade, and can cope with a wide range of different soil conditions. However, they prefer soil that is well-drained and are not a good choice for heavily waterlogged sites.

2. Birch

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European White Birch/ Silver Birch leaves can also be harvested and used in salads early in the spring. They have a hint of bitterness, somewhat akin to radicchio, and so are best used in combination with other, milder leaves.

The leaves can also be dried and used alongside other herbs to make a healthy herbal tea.

In the US, where there are many Betula subspecies, the leaves can also be harvested for a tea similar to traditional green tea.

However, the leaves are generally considered to be too strong in taste for use in a salad. They can be used to add flavor and nibbled in small quantities in a survival situation.

Birch trees can also be harvested for sap, and bark for various uses. Birch trees also host chaga – a fungus well known to foragers.

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Caution is required with birch species, however, as some people have allergic reactions.

Birch trees of many different subspecies have a range of uses. They can be excellent pioneer species and can be used for many applications, both in the garden and when harvested.

The European birch, paper birch (Betula pendula) and many other birches can be useful in the initial establishment of a woodland or a forest garden.

They grow to around 20m in height.

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3. Hawthorn

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Crataegus monogyna, native to Europe, but naturalized in the United States and Canada, is traditionally a well-known edible in parts of the UK.

The ‘haws’ or fruits, are the best known forager’s food and are used for jams and jellies. But the young leaves are also a great hedgerow snack.

In some areas, the small tree or shrub is known as ‘bread and cheese’.

It does not taste like these things. But has been given the name because it is a great wild edible to munch on when out for a walk.

These leaves are one of the tastiest spring greens. They have a rich, nutty taste and are great in salads.

If you plan to introduce this tree to your garden, note that it is potentially invasive in its non-native range.

It is fully naturalized and a potential pest in northern California, for example, and is potentially problematic on the Pacific coast of North America.

Note, also, that there is a range of other Crataegus species, and though none are poisonous, they will not all be as palatable as the subspecies mentioned above.

4. Linden/ Lime Trees

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Linden trees, the common lime, (Tilia x europaea), small-leaved lime trees (Tilia cordata) and large-leaved lime trees (Tilia platyphylos) have heart-shaped leaves.

They also taste great when eaten young. They have a delightful crispness that makes them resemble iceberg lettuce when used in a salad.

But they have far more nutritional merit.

The leaves can be harvested from spring right through to early autumn from the young growths at the base of the tree.

In North America, the leaves of the American Linden (Tilia americana) are also excellent in salads. The leaves can also be cooked as greens and used, like spinach or other cooked greens, in a wide range of different recipes.

Lindens are delightful individual specimen trees for gardens.

They attract wildlife, are dynamic accumulators, and so also work well in a woodland setting or a forest garden. They can also work well as part of planting for a windbreak or shelterbelt.

5. Mulberry

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Mulberry trees are an incredibly useful tree. Not only do they produce an edible crop of berries later in the year, but they also provide leaves that can be eaten.

Mulberries are best known, perhaps, as a host for the species of silkworm that make the silk used to make fabric.

The worms eat the leaves before creating their cocoons. But humans can eat them too. However, it is important to note that the leaves must be cooked before they are eaten.

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You can boil them and discard the water, and use them as greens for a range of recipes. You can also stuff them in the same way that you might stuff vine leaves.

Mulberry leaves have also been used for centuries to make tea.

Mulberries are small trees that are a great choice for many organic gardens.

It is a quick grower and works well and produces abundant berries in a wide range of settings. A harvest of some leaves is just an added bonus.

6. Maple

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Maples are of course best known for their sap, which is used to make maple syrup.

Looking at the large, fibrous leaves, you may be surprised to learn that they are edible. But maple leaf tempura is a traditional snack in Minoh City, in Japan.

You can collect healthy leaves from sugar, red and silver maples and follow the same recipe.

Patience is needed to eat these leaves.

They need to be covered in salt and left in a sealed container in a cool, dark space for ten months. They are then coated in batter and fried.

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Maples are of course delightful specimen trees and can find a place in many gardens.

7. Goji

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Goji berries are gaining notoriety as a ‘super food’. But the berries (also known as wolfberries) are not the only yield this tree can provide.

The leaves of this small tree or large shrub are also delicious and nutritionally beneficial.

They can be eaten raw (though are rather bitter). But they are best cooked in a stir fry or in another recipe.

Note, no toxicity has been seen. But the tree belongs to a family of plants that often contain toxins, so care should be taken.

However, the use of the leaves is well-documented in many areas. The taste is said to resemble cress. The leaves are also sometimes used as a tea substitute.

Goji is mostly grown for its berries, which are generally dried before use.

They have a wide range of health benefits. However, the leaves could be a useful additional yield.

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Goji is native to southeast Europe to southwest Asia and is naturalized in some parts of the British Isles.

It can be grown in USDA hardiness zones 6-9.

8. Moringa

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Moringa is native to East Asia and the Indian subcontinent and can grow in USDA hardiness zones 10-12. In warm temperate and tropical climes, this is one of the best trees with edible leaves.

The leaves can be eaten raw.

They can be great in salads, but can also be cooked and added to a wide range of recipes as a multi-purpose green leaf vegetable. The taste is reminiscent of horseradish, mustard greens or rocket, with a slightly nutty taste.

Moringa is often employed in permaculture or organic growing designs in the appropriate climate zones.

It is a great pioneer species, a dynamic accumulator with deep taproots, and is often used for hedging, crop shade, alley cropping and in agroforestry or forest gardens.

The oil derived from the seeds and pods of this tree is the primary yield. But again, the leaves can be a real bonus.

9. Needles From Spruce, Pine & Fir

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In addition to exploring the trees with edible leaves to grow in your garden, you should also consider the potential of the needles from spruce, pine and fir trees.

All spruce, pine and fir trees have needles that can be foraged and simmered in water to make a tea that is very high in vitamin C.

Note, however, that yew, which can look similar to the above, is poisonous.

Be sure, if you plan to forage needles to make tea, that you are absolutely certain that you have identified the tree correctly.

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The fresh tips of spruce in the spring can also be dipped in honey and eaten, or steeped in apple cider vinegar to create a taste surprisingly similar to that of balsamic vinegar.

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10. Walnut

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Preferably the English walnut, although black walnut leaves can also be used for some things. Cheryl has an entire article about ways to use walnut leaves, including tea and walnut leaf liquor.

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Do you grow any of the trees mentioned above? Have you eaten their leaves (or needles)?

If not, it might be time to ‘branch out’ and give them a go. Forage them from your area, or grow your own in your garden.

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FAQs

What fruit leaves are edible? ›

Some species of Artocarpus, the genus of breadfruit and jackfruit, yield young leaves that are good to eat. Perhaps the most important fruit species with edible leaves is the common mulberry, Morus alba L., a rapidly growing tree from China that is more common in temperate than in tropical zones.

What is the most popular edible plant? ›

Most Popular Edible Flowers (And How to Eat Them)
  • Broccoli. This plant must be the most eaten flower in the world. ...
  • Squash Blossom (Flor de Calabaza) Squash is an abundant and common summer vegetable (well, technically a fruit). ...
  • Nasturtium. This landscaping favorite is also an edible flower. ...
  • Saffron. ...
  • Artichokes.

What trees can you forage? ›

Along with foraging the leaves from these trees, you may wish to grow them as well.
  • 10 Trees To Grow for Edible Leaves. If you want to take advantage of this unusual source of spring greens, here are some trees with edible leaves to look out for. ...
  • Beech. ...
  • Birch. ...
  • Hawthorn. ...
  • Linden/ Lime Trees. ...
  • Mulberry. ...
  • Maple. ...
  • Goji.
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Are Apple leaves edible? ›

Apple tree leaves are edible and have cooling and astringent properties. Like most woody plant leaves, apple tree leaves are high in fibre, which is the amount of cellulose and lignin that are in the plant.

What flowers and leaves are edible? ›

Ornamental Edible Flowers
  • Nasturtiums. Nasturtiums have a delicious, peppery taste similar to rocket or watercress and their colourful blooms look great in a summer salad. ...
  • Pansies. ...
  • Viola/ Violets. ...
  • Hostas. ...
  • Borage. ...
  • Calendula. ...
  • French Marigolds. ...
  • Chrysanthemums.
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Which plant seeds and leaves are edible? ›

Mustard green is called the mustard plant that has seeds, leaves, and stems edible. Complete answer: The mustard plant is a plant species that belongs to the family Brassicaceae.

Are oak leaves edible? ›

Oaks at any stage of growth are poisonous, but are particularly toxic when the leaf and flower buds are just opening in the spring. As the leaves mature they become less toxic.

Are cucumber leaves edible? ›

Cucumber leaves

This includes being the perfect top-to-tail plant where the sprouts, stems, leaves, flowers, and fruit are all edible. What is this? Fresh, crisp cucumber sprouts make an especially good salad green, but tender young cucumber leaves can be eaten as well.

Are chilli leaves edible? ›

Eating the leaves of chili peppers is a common culinary practice in Korea and the Philippines. They are boiled and cooked and used in various recipes including Chicken Tinola, which is a type of soup popular in Asian culture that uses hot pepper leaves to add flavor. In Korea, chili leaves are used to make Kimchi.

What is wild edible plants? ›

Wild edible plants (WEPs) refer to species that are neither cultivated nor domesti- cated, but are available from their wild natural habitat and used as sources of food (Be- luhan and Ranogajec, 2010). Despite the primary reliance of most agricultural societies.

How many plants are edible? ›

There are over 20,000 species of edible plants in the world yet fewer than 20 species now provide 90% of our food. However, there are hundreds of less well known edible plants from all around the world which are both delicious and nutritious.

Are there edible trees? ›

Aside from producing delicious snacks, such as apples, cherries, walnuts and chestnuts, some trees provide other edible parts: bark, leaves, twigs, seeds, pollen, roots, new growth, flowers and, of course, sap used for syrup.

What are the edible plants? ›

Examples of seeds, roots, leaves, flowers, fruit, and stem are below. Peas and wheat in seeds are edible. Onion and garlic belong to roots and are edible. Cauliflower is an example of edible fruit.

What foods can you forage? ›

Although mushrooms, berries, other fruits, and greens are among the most popular foraged foods, you can gather and eat a variety of other wild edibles. Roots, nuts, seeds, and even shellfish are forageable in the wild, depending on where you live.

Are most tree leaves edible? ›

Leaves from many trees are edible. Generally, leaves are only able to be consumed in the spring, when young leaves have sprouted. For some species, leaves can be eaten raw, while others require boiling before they are safe to ingest.

Are all leaves edible? ›

Many plant leaves are edible, from lettuces in salads to the leaves of many herbs. However, many leaves are not edible due to toxins present in them that affect human beings. Some leaves can be eaten by some species but not by others, due to the development of specialized digestive processes in some animals.

Which is the most common leaf used as a plate to eat? ›

Patravali or Pattal or Vistaraku or Vistar or Khali is an Indian eating plate or trencher made with broad dried leaves. It is mainly made from sal leaves. It is also made from banyan tree leaves.

Are sunflowers edible? ›

However, sunflowers can do more than just add aesthetic appeal; in fact, they are an entirely edible plant. From root to leaf, sprout to stalk, you can use your sunflowers to make everything from salads to sunflower tea.

Are hibiscus leaves edible? ›

All parts of Hibiscus sabdariffa are edible: calyxes, leaves, and flowers. The calyxes are the ingredient used to make Hibiscus tea, a tangy Vitamin C-rich delight. They're also used to make sauces, jams, and other treats. The large green leaves pack a tangy punch and can also be used to make tea.

Which of these leaves are used as food? ›

Spinach, lettuce and cabbage are some of the leaves that we eat as vegetables.

Is watermelon leaf edible? ›

Quite often, cooking is necessary to make the parts edible. Raw leaves eaten fresh may even be slightly poisonous in some cases.
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by M. J. Stephens, Department of Horticulture. University of Florida.
VegetableCommon Edible PartsOther Edible Parts
Watermelonfruit -- interior pulp and seedsrind of fruit
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Which plant whose leaves as well as roots are useful? ›

Carrot is a plant whose leaves, as well as roots, are useful.

Which vegetable is made by leaves? ›

Leaf vegetables most often come from short-lived herbaceous plants, such as lettuce and spinach. Woody plants of various species also provide edible leaves. The leaves of many fodder crops are also edible for humans, but are usually only eaten under famine conditions.

Which plant leaves are used as vegetable? ›

So, the correct answer is 'Mustard'

Are acorn leaves poisonous? ›

This is because they contain toxic substances called Gallic Acid and Tannic Acid. These acids can cause liver, kidney and intestinal damage to horses eating acorns, oak leaves or branches. Acorn poisoning is rare but can be a particular problem in the autumn for horses allowed to graze near oak trees.

Is white oak edible? ›

Use: Some acorns of the White Oak are sweet enough to eat raw, but mostly the acorn is best roasted or boiled and dried. Then, the acorn can be either eaten as a nut, dipped in syrup to make into a candy, or ground into meal or flour.

Can you eat acorns? ›

Raw acorns contain tannins which can be toxic to humans and cause an unpleasant bitter taste. They are also poisonous to horses, cattle and dogs. But by leaching acorns to remove the tannin, they can be made safe for human consumption.

Are pumpkin leaves edible? ›

While plants are likely mature now, according to University of California-Davis, “You don't have to wait for the pumpkin to mature before enjoying the plant. The leaves are edible and can be cooked like spinach. Choose young, tender leaves for that purpose. Of course, the seeds are edible, too.

Are eggplant leaves edible? ›

Because eggplants belong to the nightshade family, they contain an alkaloid called solanine, which can be toxic if consumed in large amounts. Eating the leaves and tubers of nightshade plants can be fatal, as there are large amounts of the alkaloid in parts of the plant that are not normally consumed.

Are bean leaves edible? ›

Bean leaves from all types of beans are edible and are used in cooked dishes from many cuisines. The leaves can also be eaten fresh but tend to be overly fibrous for most people. In the Orient leaves from the long bean, Vigna unguiculata, are frequently used in curries, stir fries and soups.

Are Thai pepper leaves edible? ›

When cooked, Thai pepper leaves have a tender consistency similar to water spinach. They can be used in stir-fries with garlic, chicken, or pork and used as a garnish for soups, curries, and stews. Thai pepper leaves are also known as a colorant for Thai green curry paste.

What is pepper leaf good for? ›

Mountain pepper leaf is rich in antioxidants which help protect cells against the damaging effects of free radicals and may prevent or delay cancer, diabetes and Alzheimer's, as well as autoimmune and cardiovascular diseases.

Which vegetable flowers are edible? ›

They are the Hibiscus, Rose (heirloom variety such as Edward), Moringa flowers (drumstick), Roselle (gongura) and Basil flowers. It is perfect to prepare tea, soups, powders .

What is edible in the woods? ›

Start with the number-one habitat for wild edible plants — your lawn. Any place that is regularly cleared is potentially loaded with weeds such as dandelion, chickweed, plantain, wild onion, violets, wood sorrel, henbit, clover, dead-nettle and sow thistle — all of which are 100% edible.

Is Wild Grass edible? ›

In principle, people can eat grass; it is non-toxic and edible, and in fact our ancient ancestors dined on grass millions of years ago, according to a study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (opens in new tab). As a practical food source, however, your lawn leaves a lot to be desired.

What are wild plants give two examples? ›

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  • Datura/Datura stramonium. ...
  • Madar/Calotropis gigantea. ...
  • Sensitive Plant/Mimosa pudica. ...
  • Satyanashi/Argemone mexicana. ...
  • Nagfani/Prickly pear. ...
  • Beggar's Ticks/Bidens pilosa. ...
  • Velvet Bean/Mucuna pruriens. ...
  • Gorakhmundi/Sphaeranthus indicus.

What are different edible parts of plants? ›

Seed, root, stem, leaf, fruit, and flower - are six edible parts of the plant.
  • Fruit is the ripe ovary of a flower, and vegetables fall into roots, leaves, stems, and tubers.
  • For nutrition, we consume roots of the plant, including radish, carrot, sweet potato, and turnip.

What are the 4 types of plants? ›

Types of Plants-Herbs, Shrubs, Trees, Climbers, and Creepers.

Are all types of plants edible? ›

Scientists estimate that there are more than 400,000 species of plants on earth, at least half of which are edible for humans. Indeed, it is entirely possible that we are capable of eating 300,000 plant species. And yet we consume just a tiny fraction of that.

Why are only some leaves edible? ›

So there are some solid reasons you can't just eat any leaf: Some have too much cellulose, others are poisonous, and others simply aren't considered food in your local culture. Then there are the leaves you can't even touch—ones that are spiky or sticky or make you itch: powerful deterrents all.

What tree leaves are poisonous? ›

Poison ivy, oak, and sumac. Poison ivy, oak, and sumac contain a substance called urushiol in the stems, roots, vines, flowers, and leaves.

Which leaves can be eaten raw? ›

Here is the list of plant leaves which are the healthiest to eat raw:
  • Holy basil. Eating the leaves of this plant in their raw form is considered as a tonic for body, mind and soul. ...
  • Mint leaves. ...
  • Cilantro. ...
  • Curry leaves. ...
  • Neem leaves.
12 Feb 2020

Are all leaves edible? ›

Many plant leaves are edible, from lettuces in salads to the leaves of many herbs. However, many leaves are not edible due to toxins present in them that affect human beings. Some leaves can be eaten by some species but not by others, due to the development of specialized digestive processes in some animals.

What 5 leaf plant is poisonous? ›

Virginia creeper has five leaflets per leaf, poison ivy has three. Folks used to use a saying to remember the difference. “Leaves of three, leave it be. Leaves of five, let it thrive.”

What tree is toxic to humans? ›

The manchineel (aka Hippomane mancinella, aka the Tree of Death) is native to coastal areas in southern North America, such as South Florida, as well as the northern reaches of Central and South America and the Caribbean.

Can you eat a banana leaf? ›

But eating on banana leaves is not just a tradition. It has several health benefits too. Not only they are economical and hygienic, but also banana leaves contain large amounts of polyphenols, which are natural antioxidants. Banana leaves are also used for cooking several dishes, specially grilled and baked fish.

Which plant seeds and leaves are edible? ›

Mustard green is called the mustard plant that has seeds, leaves, and stems edible. Complete answer: The mustard plant is a plant species that belongs to the family Brassicaceae.

Are there edible trees? ›

Aside from producing delicious snacks, such as apples, cherries, walnuts and chestnuts, some trees provide other edible parts: bark, leaves, twigs, seeds, pollen, roots, new growth, flowers and, of course, sap used for syrup.

Are pumpkin leaves edible? ›

While plants are likely mature now, according to University of California-Davis, “You don't have to wait for the pumpkin to mature before enjoying the plant. The leaves are edible and can be cooked like spinach. Choose young, tender leaves for that purpose. Of course, the seeds are edible, too.

Are palm leaves edible? ›

While the leaves of the palm are too tough to be edible, palms have been used since ancient times for building materials, paper, and some varieties produce edible fruits that are popularly consumed today such as the coconut, date, and acai berry.

What are 10 plants we eat? ›

Name of plants Parts of plant 1) Carrot Root 2) Spinach LeaF 3) Cauliflower Flower 4) Apple Fruit 5) Mustard Seed
  • Carrot. Root.
  • Spinach. LeaF.
  • Cauliflower. Flower.
  • Apple. Fruit.
  • Mustard.

What flowers and leaves are edible? ›

Ornamental Edible Flowers
  • Nasturtiums. Nasturtiums have a delicious, peppery taste similar to rocket or watercress and their colourful blooms look great in a summer salad. ...
  • Pansies. ...
  • Viola/ Violets. ...
  • Hostas. ...
  • Borage. ...
  • Calendula. ...
  • French Marigolds. ...
  • Chrysanthemums.
24 Jan 2020

Are tomato leaves edible? ›

Contrary to popular opinion, yes—tomato leaves are flavorful, fragrant, and 100 percent edible. You can cook the fresh, young leaves like most other sturdy garden greens, such as kale, collards, or cabbage (leafy greens that need a little longer cooking time to become tender).

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