10 Edible Flowers That Bloom in Winter

Pansies (Viola tricolor): Pansies are known for their bright colors and delicate flavor, making them a popular choice for garnishing salads and desserts.

Violas (Viola spp.): Similar to pansies, violas are edible flowers that come in a variety of colors and have a slightly sweet taste.

Calendula (Calendula officinalis): Also known as pot marigold, calendula flowers are edible and have a spicy, peppery flavor.

Nasturtium (Tropaeolum majus): Nasturtium flowers are not only edible but also have a peppery flavor that can add a spicy kick to salads and other dishes.

Winter Jasmine: Winter jasmine is a flowering plant that blooms in winter and early spring. Its flowers are edible, with a mild, sweet flavor.

Hellebore (Helleborus spp.): Hellebores, also known as Lenten roses, are winter-blooming flowers that are toxic if ingested in large quantities.

Primrose (Primula spp.): Primroses are early-blooming flowers that come in a variety of colors and have a mild, sweet flavor.

Chrysanthemum: Some varieties of chrysanthemums are edible and have a slightly bitter, tangy flavor.

Dianthus: Dianthus flowers, also known as carnations, have a clove-like flavor and can be used to add a spicy-sweet taste to dishes.

Winter Savory: While not a flower, winter savory is a herb that blooms in winter and has edible leaves and flowers with a peppery, minty flavor.