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Basil Edible Flowers For The Kitchen Ideal for Indoor Gardening
Milder than the leaf. Great with mozzarella or in Pasta. Sow in the spring and Summer or all year in an indoor growing system.
£2.99
Borrage Edible Flowers For The Kitchen
Use especially in a Pimms, port or fruit salad. Beautiful blue flowers. Sow in Spring and summer. Borago officinalis
£2.99
Calendula Edible Flowers For The Kitchen
Also known as poor man's saffron!! Sow Spring and Summer This variety is perfect for cutting Calendula Officinalis
£2.99
Camomille Edible Flowers For The Kitchen
The flowers are sweet when picked young and in fact, every part of the dandelion is edible. The leaves are eaten like chicory and in France are called 'Pis en lit' due to their diuretic effect. Sow in...
£2.99
Chicory Edible Flowers For The Kitchen
Beautiful blue colour, pleasant bitter flavour. Risotto, salads. Sow in Spring and summer. Partnership plant: Carrot, Bean, Fennel, Lettuce, Pepper, Tomato. What to sow after: Cauliflower, Cabbage, Cucumber,...
£2.99
Courgette Edible Flower
Best variety for producing many large flowers for cooking. Batter and fry, stuff or use in an omelette.
£2.99
Edible Sage Flowers For The Kitchen
Milder than the leaf. Ideal in mushroom dishes, with beans but overall with pork and in risotto. Sow Spring and summer. Horticultural name: Salvia Officinalis.
£2.99
Marigold Tagetes Edible Flowers For The Kitchen
Citrus flavour, great with salads and fish. Sow in Spring and summer or all year if growing in an indoor farming system.
£2.99
Mixed Edible Flowers For The Kitchen
This mixed Edible flowers packet is perfect for salads, cooked dishes and as a garnish. Sow Spring and Summer. The packet contains: - Marigold Tenuifolia Lemon Gem - Swiss Pansy Mix - Sweet Williams single...
£2.99
Nasturtium Edible Flowers For The Kitchen
Spicy flavour for salads, use as a garnish and they are excellent with cheese. Sow Spring and Summer Horticultural name: Tropaeolium Majus
£2.99
Pumpkin Edible Flowers For The Kitchen
Grown especially for the large flowers this variety produces. Sow in the spring or early summer and harvest the male flowers in the morning when they are open. Batter and fry, stuff or use in an omele...
£2.99
Sweet william edible carnation for the kitchen
Sweet petals for cake, desserts or wine. Sow in the Summer Horticultural name: Dianthus barbatus
£2.99
Swiss Pansy edible flowers for kitchen
Use to garnish to beautify your dishes. The flowers are edible and perfect in salads, sweets and fruit salad, to crystalise and even to freeze into ice cubes and then serve with cocktails or summer dr...
£2.99