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How To Make Violet Syrup

By on May 2, 2015

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Anyone who has trouble getting grass to grow or does not know what to do with a landscape can plant a variety of ground cover. This might include clover and even violets. You cannot mistake violets in your yard as they have a pleasant scent and brighten up any landscape. Another great benefit of this flower is that they can be used to make violet syrup.

If you do not have violets growing in your yard, then you may need to go foraging. These can be found in many places when they are in season. This is typically the first half of spring. The flower heads need to be saved as these are used to make violet syrup.

A saucepan will be used when you are ready to make violet syrup. This means you will need your stove or a hot plate is even an option. The goal is to transfer the compounds in the flowers to the water that is in the saucepan.

Instructions to make violet syrup at home are on vintageamanda.com here…

How To Make Violet Syrup


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