Organic flower farmer Sonia Ibidhi in the greenhouse of her small farm, where she produces edible flowers. Photo: Fethi Belaid/AFP
Organic flower farmer Sonia Ibidhi in the greenhouse of her small farm, where she produces edible flowers. Photo: Fethi Belaid/AFP

Edible flower grower hopes to see a ‘new culinary culture’ bloom in Tunisia after finding an unexpected market at home for her produce

  • Sonia Ibidhi, a 42-year-old journalist, resigned and sold her car to grow edible flowers in Tunisia, intending most for export
  • She was surprised to find growing demand in her country for her borage, chive flowers, and nasturtiums from high-end hotels in the country

Organic flower farmer Sonia Ibidhi in the greenhouse of her small farm, where she produces edible flowers. Photo: Fethi Belaid/AFP
Organic flower farmer Sonia Ibidhi in the greenhouse of her small farm, where she produces edible flowers. Photo: Fethi Belaid/AFP
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