Where can I buy violet syrup?

Where can I buy violet syrup?

Monin Violet Flavored Syrup - 750 ml - Walmart.com - Walmart.com.

Why is my violet syrup green?

One other cool thing about Violet flower syrup, is that when you mix it in water it transforms to a translucent Lavender colour, and if you decide to “tarten” it up a bit with an acid like lemon juice, it transforms to magenta! But if you add an alkaline to it, it will turn Green! (Mineral water??).

Is Violet a flavor?

The rich, fragrant sophistication of our Violet Syrup brings the subtle flavor of violets to enhance your beverages. Its mild, floral springtime flavor and purple hue add bright distinction to your iced teas, sodas and lemonades.

How do you make wild violet tea?


  1. Add 2 cups of purple violets to a glass bowl.
  2. Bring 1 cup of water to boiling in a small saucepan and pour over violets.
  3. Let steep for 12-24 hours.
  4. Strain out violets with a mesh sieve placed over a glass bowl with a spout. ...
  5. Add the violet tea to a 2-quart pitcher, with the lemon juice.

What can I use to kill wild violets?

Use a broadleaf killer that contains 2,4-D or Dicamba, and it will selectively kill the violets without damaging the grass. Another great wild violet herbicide is called Drive (quinclorac). Quinclorac is also sold in other lawn weed control products, under differing names.

Can I eat violets?

Indeed, you can! Violets, both the leaves and flowers, contain high amounts of vitamin C and vitamin A. ... Flowers can be added to salads and soups as garnish. Moderation is important, as this plant does contain a compound called saponin, so eating violet flowers and leaves in excess may cause digestive issues.

Are native violets edible?

Native violets are delightful and don't have a strong taste, so can be used with sweet or savoury foods. Enjoy their delicate beauty as a finishing touch on small cakes and friands, or if you have plenty, add them to a spring salad. You can add the small green leaves to your salad, too, as they're also edible.

How do you identify violets?

Violets have heart-shaped leaves, which are available throughout the growing season. The leaf edges are scalloped or saw-toothed. Some leaves are "shorter, fatter and rounder" hearts, and some are long and lean like this one above. If you look at the leaves of the yellow violet, the scalloping is very shallow.

Can rabbits eat wild violets?

Are these same for rabbit consumption? Violets are safe.

What herbs do rabbits not eat?

A few examples of rabbit-resistant herbs are:

  • Catnip.
  • Catmint.
  • Lemon balm.
  • Mint.
  • Chives.
  • Sage.
  • Thyme.
  • Oregano.

What smell do rabbits hate?

Rabbits also hate the smell of blood, crushed red peppers, ammonia, vinegar, and garlic. Consider sprinkling some of these ingredients on snow around your home. Hopefully, these scents will tell nearby rabbits to keep their distance.

What fruits are poisonous to rabbits?

Such examples are the seeds of apples and pears. In addition, the pits of apricots, peaches and plums contain cyanide compounds. There are minute amounts of cyanide in almonds, cassava roots, mangoes and millet sprouts, while a substance called 'Psoralens', found in Parsnips, is poisonous to rabbits.

Can rabbits eat rice?

Description: Rice is a grain that is the seed of the grass species Oryza sativa. ... Rice and other grains are not good for your rabbit though. For Your Pet: Although rice isn't poisonous to your small pet, you should never give you rabbit rice. Rice can cause bloating and a painful tummy ache.