01/15/2014 09:15 am ET Updated Dec 06, 2017

The Next Party We Go To Had Better Feature A Dessert Garden (PHOTO)

We've been served a lot of incredible desserts in our day, which makes us feel confident in saying that this is one of the prettiest dessert ideas on earth. Reddit user rockinghorseshit (weird on, weirdos!) collaborated on this stunning dessert garden with a few family members, which was inspired by Heston Blumenthal's edible garden.

Here's the breakdown of what's in the garden: "Includes herb flavoured ice creams served in flower pots (Cardamon, lemongrass and pistachio, cinnamon and vanilla), brandy cigar plant-protectors (with some basil plants for decoration), a bouche-noel log pile, and a tiramisu vegetable patch, topped with edible chocolate soil, and marzipan vegetables. The whole feast was served on a rectangle of turf we cut out of the lawn, in a old wooden vegetable box that almost fell apart during serving!"

We've spent a lot of time trying to pick a favorite part. We've narrowed it down to the yule log pile or the tiny marzipan lettuce heads. Look, next time we throw a dinner party, who wants to help us make one of these? We've decided we need more edible soil in our lives.

[via Reddit]

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