Edible Flower Seeds

Edible Flower Seeds

Try growing some edible flowers to sprinkle on your salads – once you start, a salad looks bare without them.
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    Bellis perennis 'Goliath'

    One of the loveliest spring cottage garden favourite containers to start the year.

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    Chicory 'Variegato di Castelfranco'

    I am mad keen on chicory. They are incredibly hardy, totally invaluable plants for the winter vegetable patch and not nearly widely enough grown in Britain. Chicory is good raw in a mixed leaf salad and even better cooked when the leaves lose their bitterness. This traditional variety of chicory is…

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    Coriander Leaf Form 'Leisure'

    This is the leaf form of coriander which is slower to bolt than all other forms. You can cook few Oriental meals without it and we eat the flowers and green seeds in salads. Sow little and often in the early spring and autumn, not in the hot, dry months of summer. We picked this right through the…

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    Radish 'Caro'

    Handsome, purple-pink skinned, white fleshed radish with crunchy texture.

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    Salad Rocket 'Serrata'

    A new salad rocket which has a thicker leaf, and so less collapsing in the bowl than traditional rocket, AND a milder flavour, far longer than older types which get unpalatably peppery with age.

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    Viola cornuta 'Sorbet Phantom' F1

    Flowering right the way through from December to April, this highly scented variety is my favourite pretty and delicate winter and spring flowering viola for a window ledge or outdoor doorstep pots.

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    Viola tricolor 'Hearts Ease'

    My favourite edible flower – delicate petals of purple, cream and yellow to decorate salads and puddings. Can be sown and grown almost any month of the year.

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    Viola x wittrockiana 'Mystique Peach Shades' F1

    I absolutely love the warm, soft colours in this mix which flowers in a sheltered spot from late winter all the way through spring. It's one of my favourite spring container plants and I love it to pick for a vase and to decorate puddings.

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    Wild Rocket

    Slower growing than salad rocket, with thinner leaves. It produces leaves for twice as long as all other rocket types. It is also fine if protected against flea beetle for picking in summer. This, sown in succession with salad rocket, will give you a year round rocket harvest.

Edible Flower Seeds at Sarah Raven

Edible flowers are so beautiful scattered in salads or used to flavour cordials and ice cream.

All our edible-flower seeds are trialled in Sarah's garden at Perch Hill and selected for their quality; they also come with free seed planting instructions.

Learn how to use them in salads and how to grow them.