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.

Alaska
Edible Flowers
$2.00

Look great in hanging baskets! Plant 3 to a 10″ inch basket. Produces 100% variegated foliage.

Blackjack
Container Flowers
$2.00

Great for hanging baskets! A trailer with masked blooms of deep black with yellow eyes.

Cocozelle
Zucchini
$2.00

Produces high yields of dark green squash.

Common
Edible Flowers
$2.00

This plant can grows as high as 1.5′ feet and 12″ inches wide. The leaves are flat, solid and taste like onions.

Common
Edible Flowers
$2.00

Large plants bear hundreds of small edible flowers, mostly blue and some pink. Mild cucumber flavor for salads and garnishes.

Common
Rosemary
$2.00

Start seed early indoors. Plants tolerate light frost; set outside early.

$2.00

One of the best flavored okras great for pickling or gumbo!

Crackerjack
Edible Flowers
$2.00

These carnation-like flowers have huge blooms. Colors include yellow, gold and orange.

Creeping
Herbs
$2.00

Mat-forming evergreen plant covered with small purple spikes. A "walk on" hardy perennial.

Curled Cress
Edible Flowers
$2.00

A highly nutritious aquatic herb.

Dukat
Dill
$2.00

Dill’s attractive ferny foliage is used fresh or dried in dips, salads, soups and sauces–or to flavor peas and potatoes.

Dwarf Jewel Mix
Edible Flowers
$2.00

Cherry rose, golden, peach melba and primrose flowers! Nasturtium is a very beautiful and vibrant flower that stands out in all yards.

Edible Flower Blend
Wildflower Seed
$6.00

This annual and perennial mixture is a colorful and tasty blend of edible flowers. The flowers in this mix have a tangy, spicy, peppery, sweet floral, licorice or minty flavor.

Empress of India Dwarf
Edible Flowers
$2.00

Scarlet flowers stand out amid the very dark green foliage of this old-fashioned favorite.

$3.00

A compact flowering plant that will flower its first year. Perfect for containers or landscaping. Has good heat tolerance.

Floral Showers
Container Flowers
$2.25

Dwarf, early, fragrant, day neutral and one of the best performing snapdragons around.

Florence Fennel Seed
Edible Flowers
$2.00

Use fresh Fennel leaves in salads, with eggs, fish and sauces!

Johnny Jump Up
Container Flowers
$2.00

These beautiful little flowers that bring charm and grace to any summer landscape.

$2.50

Lemon Balm can grow up to 2 feet-tall. Will bloom white flowers that are great for attracting bees to your garden for pollination.

$2.00

Pacific Beauty are favorites for cut flowers and also lend beauty to many dishes as edible flowers.

Panorama
Edible Flowers
$2.50

A great cutting plant for center pieces. Blooms from July to August on 3′ foot plants. Prefers full sun or afternoon shade.

$2.00

Peppermint leaves are used in flavoring peppermint candies and teas. These plants can reach 3 feet tall.

Purple
Echinacea
$2.00

One of the most popular wildflowers, Purple Coneflower is native to the Midwest and Southeast, and naturalized throughout the Northeast.

Rose Mint
Agastache (Giant Hyssop)
$2.50

Packed with tiny blooms on burgundy stems, this fragrant perennial is great for cutting. Quick growing with a great mint aroma.

Single Mix
Edible Flowers
$2.00

Single mix is a beautiful annual from flower seeds and blooms from June until first frost.

Slow Bolt
Cilantro
$2.00

An easy to grow and great flavor cilantro! Slower bolting than other varieties.

Sweet William
Dianthus
$2.00

Sweet William Pinks will bloom several different shards of light to dark pink.

True Watercress
Edible Flowers
$3.00

A highly nutritious aquatic herb.

Upland Cress
Edible Flowers
$2.00

Similar to watercress but much easier to grow.

White
Edible Flowers
$2.00

Produces an abundance of tiny white flowers from spring through the end of summer. It tolerates drought and poor soil conditions very well.