Translation:Are cherry blossoms tasty?
I haven't heard about people eating cherry blossoms, but I know that people do sometimes eat some other types of flowers, such as hibiscus which I have seen in grocery stores. Also cauliflower and brussel sprouts are technically flowers even though they are not usually thought of that way.
Amnionic fluid is still wet between thy ears. I can honestly say as a so called scientist and former university professor that probably eighty percent of eveything that I learned in college and professional school has been found to be completely or partially incorrect. As one of my favorite professors at Cornell U. often said, "Write your text book while you are young and dumb, it gets much harder as you get older."
https://ko.wikipedia.org/wiki/%EC%82%AC%EC%BF%A0%EB%9D%BC%EC%9C%A0 -- and I have tried the petal "cha". Mostly tasteless, but good. Supposedly it's popular around the doll's festival, but usually people eat the leaves on sticky rice cakes: https://ko.wikipedia.org/wiki/%EC%82%AC%EC%BF%A0%EB%9D%BC%EB%AA%A8%EC%B9%98 . . .
Actually, I bought local bee pollen from a honey producer and ate a teaspoonful each day till I finished it and it reduced my allergy somewhat. Like a vaccination I think. It wasn't awful but it wasn't great. It looked like rainbow pocket lint. Then when it worked out I lived far enough away for a while and it was totally gone since I've come back.
"When a tree blossoms, it produces blossom." - https://www.collinsdictionary.com/dictionary/english/blossom
therefore the correct answer should be "is cherry blossom delicious" - this is biggest frustration with this app that i have to learn american english to be able to get anywhere