A boatload of herbs of the common garden variety – many though can be found in the wild.
The common Plantago Major. Good for making pesto.
Beautiful Borage – here you can’t see it’s pretty blue flowers. A powerful antioxidant. Here the recipe suggests using it in a ravioli filling.
The pretty Primrose has edible flowers and leaves. Here they suggest it served in a salad.
The common Parietaria officinalis (or lichwort). Good cooked and pureed in mashed potatoes.
The common caper. Delicious in a pasta roll filled with cheese, capers and prosciutto.
Umbilicus Rupestris ( Common name: Ombelico di Venere or Belly button of Venus). Here used in a pesto recipe.
Silene. Here the young shoots are used in a risotto recipe.
Euroflora was held in the seaside parks of beautiful Nervi near Genova.
Seaside view from the edge of the park.