Past nasturtium blooms and flower petals, there is an astonishing number of sprouts that are a genuine joy to eat. ANGELICA Depending on the assortment, blossoms run from pale lavender-blue to profound rose and have a licorice-like flavor. ANISE HYSOP Both blossoms and leaves have an inconspicuous anise or licorice flavor. ARUGULA Blossoms are little with dim focuses and with a peppery flavor a lot of like the leaves. They run in shading from white to yellow with dull purple streaks. BACHELOR'S BUTTON Grassy in flavor, the petals are eatable. Maintain a strategic distance from the harsh calyx.