Parma violets

Indulge in the delightful flavor of Parma Violets with these mouthwatering recipes. From cakes to cocktails, explore the best ways to enjoy this nostalgic candy.
Love the smell of parma violets Jolly Rancher Hard Candy, British Sweets, Lollipop Party, Wedding Party Bags, Swirl Lollipops, Gay Gifts, Candy Buffet Wedding, Parma Violets, Peppermint Sugar

We often think of violet notes as being sweet, sugary and slightly powdery. The sweets Parma Violets come to mind and the scent associated with them is slightly old fashioned. Most people are quite surprised when smelling the natural violet leaf absolute as it’s very green, wet and mulchy –…

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Karen Gilbert // Fragrant Alchemist and Perfume Expert
Essen, Joel Penkman, Parma Violets, Food Artists, Object Photography, Food Painting, Food Projects, Illustration Food, Gcse Art

‘Parma Violets’ is a giclée print from an original painting by Joël Penkman. It is a limited edition of 50 prints. The print size is 30 cm x 40 cm / 11.8” x 15.7”, with an image size of 25 cm x 35 cm / 9.8” x 13.8”, and a 2.5 cm / 1” white border. Each print is signed and numbered. Unframed. Standard, off-the-shelf frame size. Printed using an Epson SureColor P800 printer with Epson Ultrachrome HD inks, on Hahnemühle 308gsm Photo Rag art paper. Prints will be sent flat unless purchased with…

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Jody Craddock
Botanisk Illustration, Parma Violets, Illustration Botanique, Favourite Flowers, Sweet Violets, Vintage Botanical Prints, Botanical Beauty, Art Et Illustration, Scientific Illustration

It is spring, and with spring comes a field full of lovely flowers, specifically, the bright purples of the common violet and brilliant yellows of the dandelion. What? You say…the dandelion…a flower…it’s a weed. We will touch more upon the dandelion later. The common violet, also known as sweet violet, blue violet or garden violet is a native of Europe. It has naturalized throughout North America. There are approximately 400-500 species of Violets. The name comes from the Greek Ione. Io was…

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Katherine Allan