*NEW!* All-in-One Edible Flowers Variety Pack

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All-in-One Edible Flower Variety Pack includes an assortment of the most popular edible flowers you can grow in your garden.

Nothing will impress your friends and family like sprinkling some colorful flowers into a salad, onto pastries or even as a garnish in their favorite drinks. Edible flowers will add a beautiful splash of color to many dishes and they are readily available, when you're growing them right in your own garden.

🐝 This mix is also pollinator friendly.  These flowers will help attract beneficial pollinators such as bees, butterflies, ladybugs, and more to your garden. Not only will you help provide nectar for friendly pollinators in your garden, but you'll have fragrant, and delicious blooms that you can enjoy adding to your favorite culinary dishes. They look great, and taste great, too.

*Individually packaged and labeled in high quality re-sealable moisture proof packaging 🌼🌸

1. Anise (Aniseed)

  • Anise (Pimpinella anisum), also called Aniseed, is a sweet, aromatic annual in the parsley family. The leaves and flowers are lacy, delicate, and delicious, and plants can grow 2'-3' tall. Fresh licorice flavor, similar to Tarragon and Fennel.

2. Aster, New England

  • The New England Aster (Symphyotrichum novae-angliae), also called Michaelmas daisy, offers gorgeous 1.5" blooms in vibrant shades of purple, pink, or white. Long daisy-like petals grow around a yellow center on a 3'-6' sturdy, hairy, leafy stem. A sweet show in the garden or in a vase or on a dinner plate!

3. Aster, Smooth Blue

  • The Smooth Blue Aster (Symphyotrichum laeve) bursts out gorgeous star-like violet-blue blooms with long smooth petals around a yellow center. Grows on a 2'-3' sturdy stem that also takes on a blue hue. This frost-tolerant flower can bloom through Thanksgiving.

4. Borage (Starflower)

  • Borage, also called Starflower, is a fast-growing flowering herb with bright blue star-shaped flowers and fuzzy stems and leaves, all edible and they taste like cucumber. Grows 1'-3' tall and reseeds liberally, so it can become invasive. Use the young leaves like spinach and the sweet little flowers as a charming garnish on salads and cakes, or frozen into ice cubes. Easy to dry and use as a refreshing herbal tea.

5. Chamomile

  • Roman Chamomile, also called English Chamomile, has been cultivated as a medicinal herb since Medieval times. This hardy, aromatic, mat-forming ground-cover perennial in the daisy family produces small white flowers with large yellow solid cone centers and aromatic, fern-like foliage. Easily spreads through both reseeding and creeping roots, and can become invasive. Use it to fill in space between stones or pavers, or create a fragrant, low-maintenance “chamomile lawn” like the royals do at Buckingham Palace. Both the apple-scented flowers and stems are used fresh or dried, and steeped into a calming herbal tea sipped before beddy-bye time.

6. Daisy, Shasta

  • The Shasta Daisy (Leucanthemum x superbum) is a drought-tolerant perennial. Produces large 2" blossoms with long bright white petals around a golden yellow center. Grows 2'-4' tall on thin stems with narrow, serrated, dark green foliage. Long lasting in the garden and as a cut flower. 

7. Hollyhocks

  • The spectacular Indian Spring Hollyhock Mix (Alcea rosea) produces towering spikes that can grow to 9' tall with saucer-sized blooms in shades of rose and crimson. Heat- and cold-tolerant, this biennial blooms its first year. Prefers full sun, but can tolerate part shade, even under a Black Walnut tree. The leaves, buds, and petals are all edible!

8. Marigold

  • These Sparky Marigold flowers are bright, bold, beautiful & delicious!
    Colors range from orange, red, and yellow. Grows only 12" - 14" tall. Also popular for attracting butterflies, bees, and other beneficial pollinators. Sparky is easy to grow and will grow all summer. To eat, just remove the petal from the base/head and enjoy! 

9. Nasturtium, Alaska Mix

  • The Nasturtium Alaska Mix includes a mix of gold, salmon, orange, and deep red/purple colored flowers. Nasturtium flowers are one of the most popular edible flowers grown in home gardens. The petals have a slight peppery taste, and the seeds and leaves are also edible! You can even use the seeds as an alternative to capers!

10. Nasturtium, Dwarf Jewel

  • The Dwarf Jewel Nasturtium is a fragrant colorful mix of bright orange and yellow flowers in a compact plant usually getting no taller than 12 inches. 

11. Nasturtium, Glorious Gleam

  • The Glorious Gleam Nasturtium flower is one of the most beautiful. The petals have a fresh peppery taste, and the seeds and leaves are also edible! You can even use the seeds as an alternative to capers.
    Not only are the flowers pretty, Nasturtiums are great companion plants! They are also known to deter aphids, whiteflies, cucumber beetles & more.

12. Nasturtium, Peach Melba

  • The Peach Melba Nasturtium variety produces cream-like, yellow petals with splashes of darker red in the center. Compact in size with deep blue/green foliage.  These vivid yellow edible flowers will brighten up any culinary creation. 

13. Rosemary

  • The Rosemary plant produces some really delicious little blue flowers. Just remove the flowers from the stems and then sprinkle a few onto your dinner plate or salad.

14. Sweet Woodruff

  • Sweet Woodruff, also called Sweet-Scented Bedstraw, is a fast-growing, mat-forming herb and groundcover with dark green leaves and small, white, waxy, star-shaped flowers that bloom in spring. When crushed or cut, and especially dried, it has a grassy vanilla fragrance. Prefers partial to full shade, even under a Black Walnut tree. Add the leaves to fruit salads, jellies, and herbal teas, and use the flowers as an adorable and edible garnish. Reseeding and shallow runner roots enable it to spread easily.

15. Sunflower, Maximillian

  • The Maximillian Sunflower (Helianthus maximiliani) is a drought-tolerant perennial. Produces a 3"-5" blossom with veined, pointed bright yellow petals around a dark golden center. Grows 3'-10' tall on branching, hairy stems with multiple blooms per stem, and long, narrow, drooping foliage. Bold, robust, and cheerful.

IMPORTANT: Always seek advice from a professional before growing and/or consuming seeds and/or plants for medicinal purposes.


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