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Add a unique flair to your cooking! Get edible flowers from us and enjoy a burst of flavor and color in your savory and sweet recipes. Enjoy the best of what's in season with a minimum of 25 seasonal flowers, picked to order. Our selection is ever-changing, so you can enjoy an array of colors that will make your dishes stand out. Get creative in the kitchen with edible flowers today!


  • Minimum 25 flowers per mix
  • Contents will vary but may include
    • Viola
    • Geranium
    • Cornflower
    • Pansy
    • Fuchsia
    • Pinks
    • Borage
    • Bidens
    • Busy Lizzie
    • Dahlia
    • Bellis Daisy
    • Gypsophila
    • Marigold
    • Nasturtium
    • Polyanthus
    • Primrose
    • Primula
    • Rose
    • Broad Bean
    • Impatiens


Flowers have formed part of our diet for thousands of years. Chinese cooks were experimenting with edible flowers as far back at 3,000 B.C.E. and the Romans used violets and roses in their food as well as lavender in sauces. The practice is still going strong today, with many restaurants using flowers and petals to add a unique flavour and appearance to desserts, savoury dishes and cocktails they're also on trend as decoration for Celebration, Wedding and Cup Cakes. [source]


Using Edible Flowers - Important Advice


Allergies - Edible flowers are not recommended for those with severe food or pollen allergies. Some flowers may need the stamens and styles to be removed because the pollen can cause allergic reactions. For the smaller flowers (violas, pansies, honeysuckle, and clover) you do not need to do this.


Photo credits:

Millies // Wildings Vegan Kitchen // Fat Jacks // Meals by Chris // Castle Cafe Conwy // The Manor // Billel Moula


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Edible Flowers

6 weeks

    Allergy advice : May contain traces of celery/mustard. Flowers contain Pollen

    fresh and tasty micro radish- rambo

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