Edible Flowers

Edible Flowers Seed

Cooking and garnishing with flowers is more popular than ever! Today, many restaurant chefs and innovative home cooks garnish their entrees with flower blossoms for a touch of elegance. The secret to success when using edible flowers is to keep the dish simple, do not add to many other flavors that will over power the delicate taste of the flower. Today this nearly lost art is enjoying a revival. WARNING:Not every flower is edible. Eating some varieties will make you very sick. Please do some research before eating any flowers. Never use pesticides on anything you will be eating.

Borage is a mounded plant that produces beautiful blue flowers that are great for using as a garnish for different dishes or drinks. This large variety is a self seeding annual that bears hundreds of small edible flowers, mostly blue and some pink, over a long harvest. Borage has a mild cucumber flavor that is great for salads and garnishes. Medicinal: Seed oil is a rich source of gamma-linolenic acid.

The Empress of India Dwarf Nasturtium produces a dark green foliage with stunning scarlet blooms that are very pleasing to the eye! Its scarlet flowers stand out amid the foliage of this old-fashioned favorite making it the perfect addition to any garden. You can use the leaves and pods in salads or as garnishes. The compact, mounded plant habit makes it especially suitable for containers or as an edging plant.

The Magnus Echinacea is a favored coneflower that produces large, ultra-colorful, bright pink blooms that are sure to stand out! This zinnia differs from other varieties as its giant 4-6 inches long petals stick straight out versus bent-back. These delightful giants begin to bloom in the late spring and will last until fall! Enjoy Magnus in a sunny bed, border or as a statement cut flower in an arrangement.

The Pacific Beauty Mix Calendula is a beautiful golden yellow and orange pot marigold that makes for excellent cut flowers. This Calendula variety is a customer favorites for brightening up a room in a vase or lending beauty to many dishes as edible flowers. This annual prefers cooler climates that look great in different containers and pots. The Pacific Beauty Mix's peak blooms occur in spring through summer.

The Johnny Jump Up Viola is a beautiful little flower that will bring charm and grace to any summer landscape or hanging basket! This variety grows very easily from Viola seeds, and once established will even self-sow. The Johnny Jump Up is known for their spring beauty and is not invasive just delightful!

The Fiesta Gitana Calendula is a dwarf variety produces attractive, bushy blooms of orange, yellow and gold edible petals. This variety grows 8 to 12 inches tall and is suitable for containers, beds and borders, and the pollinator garden.

The Edible Flower Blend is an annual and perennial mixture of an array of colorful and tasty edible flowers that are perfect to grow in your backyard. The wildflowers in this mix have a tangy, spicy, peppery, sweet floral, licorice or minty flavor. This mix should be planted at 13-26 pounds per acre or 10 ounces per 1,000 sq.ft.

The Peach Melba Nasturtium is a dwarf, non-trailing variety that flowers in varying shades of yellow and cream with dark orange blotches in the center. This Nasturtium is easy to grow and long blooming, making them irresistible to bees. This variety's flowers are edible and have a tangy, peppery taste that are great in salads or stuffed with a cream cheese filling. You can also use the Peach Melba  to make a colorful garnish.

Carnival Mix comes in 4 vibrant shades, with big semi- to fully-double flowers that arise all along tall, sturdy stalks beginning just 4 months from sowing. An annual Summer Carnival Hollyhock is a long-blooming, very colorful series so garden-worthy that it received an AAS Award. Tall and stately, it blooms all summer for a rich display of big powderpuff blossoms in every shade of pink, rose, red, and yellow.

The Italian Cocozelle is a bush type of squash plant that produces high yields of the long, tender, dark green fruits. This Italian zucchini is very flavorful and tender and a favorite that is now available in organic seeds. This variety is best when harvested at 12" long or smaller. The Cocozelle is excellent for slicing, frying, and steaming and is also a good freezing and canning variety. Pick often when the squash is young to prolong harvest. Harvesting zucchini when it is young and tender offers the best flavor and eating quality. See the second picture for what the inside should look like when harvested. Certified Organic. Learn more about our organic seeds.

The Floral Showers Snapdragon blooms an array of beautiful colors and is one of the best performing dwarf snapdragons around! This early, day neutral has a delicious fragrance, making it a perfect addition to any garden.

The Crackerjack Marigold is a festive flowing plant that produces huge, bushy blooms of carnation-like flowers on tall stems. This variety blooms yellow, gold and orange that adds a beautiful pop of color to any garden!