Organic Edible Flowers
This collection includes a mix of 5 organic edible flower seeds. This collection includes:
Borage - Borage (Borago officinalis) is a Mediterranean shrub that’s easy to grow in a diverse range of soil types and climates. The leaves are edible, although the star-shaped blue-purple flowers are what this plant is known for. The delicate blossoms can be harvested and are commonly eaten fresh or added to salads.
Calendula Sherbert Mix - Sherbet Mix (Calendula officinalis) is a farm-grown landrace that features a multitude of shades, textures, and colors. A lot of the classic orange and yellow blossoms, but also lighter pastels with variegated petals. This is a great all-purpose variety for both ornamental and culinary uses.
Red Clover - The most widely adaptable clover (Trifolium pretense), native to Europe, Western Asia, and North Africa, but naturalized across the United States. The blossoms make a nice tea.
Vera English Lavender - Also known as True or Common Lavender. While it has "English" in its name, it is actually native to Spain. The best tasting edible lavenders are the ones with the sweetest perfume. English lavender is extremely popular as culinary lavender, adding a sweet floral flavor to beverages, desserts, savory dishes, and meats.
White Yarrow - White Yarrow (Achillea millefolium) is one of the easier perennial flowers to grow, establishing itself in a variety of different soil types and growing conditions. Yarrow has a strong licorice-like scent and a mildly sweet flavor that's similar to tarragon. This entire plant is edible, but its leaves and flowers are especially popular to use in recipes.