Is Malva sylvestris edible?
I'm trying to add edible perennial flowers to my potager this year. I've got the typical nasturtiums, signet marigolds, calendula, etc, but am also looking to plant common mallow. Problem is, I've read on some sites it is edible and some sites that it is poisonous. Specifically, Malva sylvestris 'Mystic Merlin' .
Here it is listed on the FDA poisonous plants list: http://www.herbvideos.com/Poisos.htm
Here it is listed as edible: http://www.pfaf.org/database/plants.php?Malva+sylvestris (except when grown on nitrogen rich soils)
Does anyone know definitively, is it edible or not?