Edible Medicinal and Non Medicinal Plants: Volume 8, Flowers by T. K. Lim

By T. K. Lim

Volume eight is a part of a multicompendium suitable for eating Medicinal and Non-Medicinal crops, on crops with safe to eat plant life from Geraniaceae to Zingiberaceae (tabular) and eighty two species in Geraniaceae, Iridaceae, Lamiaceae, Liliaceae, Limnocharitaceae, Magnoliaceae, Malvaceae, Meliaceae, Myrtaceae, Nyctaginaceae, Nymphaeaceae, Oleaceae, Onagraceae, Orchidaceae, Paeoniaceae, Papaveraceae, Plantaginaceae, Poaceae, Polygonaceae, Primulaceae, Proteaceae, Ranunculaceae, Rosaceae, Rubiaceae, Rutaceae, Solanaceae, Theaceae, Tropaeolaceae, Tyhpaceae, Violaceae, Xanthorrhoeaceae and Zingiberaceae intimately. This paintings is of vital curiosity to clinical practitioners, pharmacologists, ethnobotanists, horticulturists, foodstuff nutritionists, botanists, agriculturists, conservationists and common public. themes coated contain: taxonomy; universal/ vernacular names; starting place/ distribution; agroecology; fit for human consumption plant parts/uses; botany; nutritive/medicinal houses, nonedible makes use of and chosen references.

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P. -Mazz. Paeonia × suffruticosa Andrews Paeonia ostii T. X. Zhang Flowers eaten cooked Tree Peony, Victorian Tree Peony Flowers eaten cooked Since ancient times, the flowers of tree peony have been used to prepare traditional food such as casseroles, cakes, herbal tea and drinks. The petals are also reported to be parboiled and sweetened for tea-time delicacy or cooked in various dishes Tree Peony Moutan, Moutan Peony, Tree Peony Shortt (1887–1888) Uphof (1968), Tanaka (1976), and Facciola (1990) Flowers and pollen edible.

Claytonia tuberosa Pall. ex Schult. Claytonia umbellata S. Watson Claytonia virginica L. Claytonia sibirica L. Claytonia scammaniana Hulten English/Common vernacular name Miner’s Lettuce, Winter Purslane, Indian Lettuce Scamman’s Claytonia, Scamman’s Springbeauty Pink Purslane, Siberian Miners Lettuce, Candy Flower, Siberian Purslane Tuberous Spring Beauty Great Basin Spring Beauty Spring Beauty, Virginia Spring Beauty Scientific name Claytonia perfoliata Donnex Willd. Schofield (2003) Schofield (2003) Schofield (2003) Deane (2007–2012p) Flowers edible raw as garnishes Flowers edible raw as garnishes Flowers edible raw as garnishes Flowers and aerial parts edible raw or cooked Flowers edible, excellent when tossed in salads Flowers edible Male inflorescences used as an ingredient in vegetable stews to add texture and aroma.

F. Fuchsia corymbiflora Ruiz & Pav. Epilobium latifolium L. Onagraceae Epilobium angustifolium L. Scientific name Syringa microphylla Diels = Syringa pubescens subsp. C. L. Chen Syringa vulgaris L. Table 1 (continued) 30 Introduction In Thailand, Dendrobium flowers are dipped Wetwitayaklung et al. (2008) in batter and deep-fried, while many European and Sotirov (2012) cooks garnish desserts and cakes with them. In Hawaii, locals use orchids to prepare salad dishes, sugar coated candies and main Orchid dishes cooked with scallops Dendrobium Orchid As above Star Fruit, Carambola, Five Corner Averrhoa carambola L.

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