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Edible Flowers Add Color to Culinary Creations!

Edible Flower MixIn recent years, edible wildflowers have become increasingly popular in the culinary world, often used for garnishing dishes and brightening up salads. Our customers have been asking for them for quite some time and we’re excited to have formulated an Edible Flower Seed Mix, perfect for making a colorful statement both on the plate and in the garden!

Our Edible Flower Mix is comprised of 16 flower varieties, 11 annuals for first year color and 5 perennials for second and successive years’ blooms. The mix includes:

Edible Flower Mix

  • Hollyhock
  • English Daisy
  • Calendula
  • Safflower
  • Bachelor Button/Cornflower
  • Daisy
  • Chicory
  • Organic Coriander/Cilantro
  • Sweet William
  • Leaf Fennel
  • Hyssop
  • Sweet Alyssum
  • Large Leaf Italian Basil
  • African Marigold
  • Nasturtium
  • Johnny Jump Up/Violet
  • How have you used edible flowers to liven up your culinary creations? Please post a photo on our Facebook Page or share in the comments below! Happy Gardening!

    February 11, 2014 В· Amanda Shepard В· 3 Comments
    Tags: , , ,  В· Posted in: Gardening in Fall, Gardening in Spring and Summer, Wildflowers

    3 Responses

    1. Dborothy Mcilwain - February 16, 2014

      What is the cost per pgk?

    2. Mike Lizotte - February 17, 2014

      Hello Dorothy,

      You can view this mix and prices at the following link: http://www.americanmeadows.com/edible-flower-seed-mix?___store=default

      Thanks again!

      Mike “The Seed Man”

    3. Katy Rugg - February 24, 2014

      I have started a small business using edible flowers and herbs, and found that this is actually an old tradition – syrups, butters, candied flowers, even infused spirits are all delightful old-fashioned ways to use edible flowers! My new twist (what I am selling especially) is using them in cookies & popsicles. Just remember to avoid pesticides, and other environmental pollutants when choosing your blooms to eat!

      Katy (‘Petal Pusher’ ;-)