Ways to Use Orange Tree Flowers
When springtime comes to the citrus orchards of USDA plant hardiness zones 9 through 11, it carries the heady scent of flowering orange trees. From central Florida to coastal California, the unmistakable fragrance of billions of dainty, bridal-white blooms saturates the air. Surprisingly, both sweet and bitter orange tree flowers boast perfume – and both are edible. For the many uses of these delightful blooms, read on!