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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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    Alcea rosea 'Giant Single Mixed'

    One of the best-ever cottage garden – and classic churchyard – favourites. If possible, give these a dose of copper mixture to keep rust at bay.

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    Bellis perennis 'Goliath'

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

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    Calendula officinalis 'Touch of Red Buff'

    Glamorous new calendula with coffee-cream petal fronts and crimson reverse. With the two tones, these grow and cut to mix with almost any colour in a border or vase and are super quick from seed to flower.

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    Centaurea cyanus 'Polka Dot Mixed'

    A wonderful array of beautiful coloured cornflowers, which can be just scattered into the garden to fill a sunny corner for weeks at a stretch.No cottage garden is complete without its cornflowers – Loved by Pollinators and brilliant as cut flowers. We use lots of them for wedding and party…

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    Dahlia variabillis 'Bishop's Children'

    As massive dahlia enthusiasts, we have trialled many dahlia seeds. But most dahlia seeds have not met the mark. These dahlia seeds are an exception – brilliant, rich-coloured flowers in deep pink, burnt orange, plum-purple and blood red all set against dark crimson foliage. Dahlia 'Bishop's…

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    Dianthus barbatus 'Electron Mix'

    An exceptional Sweet William which behaves like a perennial here, now flowering for it’s third year with excellent tall, straight stems.

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    Dianthus barbatus 'Sweet Pink Magic' F1

    Three colours on one plant, so a group of this looks like you've got a pretty and harmonious collection. 'Sweet Pink Magic' makes a brilliant container, cut flower and border filler.

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    Dianthus carthusianorum

    Dianthus carthusianorum is a wonderful plant which I saw wild in Transylvania one summer. I grow it in my wild flower meadow, as well as in perennial borders and for cutting.

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    Helianthus annuus 'Ms Mars'

    This came top in the sunflower trials at Parham House, historic gardens in Sussex. Ideal for the front of the border, or growing in a pot.

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    Malope trifida 'Vulcan'

    Malope trifida 'Vulcan' has deep magenta-pink flowers, with a vivid green eye at the centre and lovely, green Chinese lantern buds. Easy to grow – a must for the ornamental and cutting garden and it's edible too, great for scattering on salads.

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    Nasturtium 'Jewel Cherry Rose'

    Spectacular, zingy-bright new nasturtium with edible flowers, leaves, buds and seed pods. It's a compact, non-climbing variety.

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    Nigella 'Persian Jewels' Mix

    Lovely as a soft colour jumble in a vase and picked as individual colours – pink, mauve, blue and white to match with other things. A very cheery addition to your flower border or cutting garden.

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    Nigella damascena 'Mulberry Rose'

    A beautiful mix of rich, deep mulberry pink Tudor-ruff flowers, brilliant for picking and after the flowers, move on to the seedpods too.

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    Tropaeolum minus 'Ladybird Rose' (Nasturtium)

    Stunning, unusual colour form of the petite nasturtium which makes an exotic cut flower and container plant for an ornamental veg garden or window box.

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    Viola cornuta 'Antique Shades' F1

    THE prettiest new mix of violas (or small-flowered pansies), in coppery browns, purples and muted colours. Giving you edible and cut flowers as well as brilliant petite pot plants almost all year. I love it!

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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.

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.