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.
31 products
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    All Year Edible Flower Seed Collection

    No mixed salad is complete without a scattering of edible flowers. This collection includes 4 packets of our favourite varieties which will give you delicious edible flowers all year round. They are easy to grow, flowering more the more you pick them. They will transform your salads and make your…

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    Amaranthus caudatus 'Viridis'

    Amaranthus caudatus 'Viridis' has long, soft tassels of pale, fresh acid-green. One of my favourites. This makes one of the best upper level foliage plants for an elegant, mixed arrangement. Perfect for mixing with dahlias and sunflowers, or arranging in a large vase on its own.

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    Amaranthus tricolor 'Red Army'

    Amaranthus tricolor 'Red Army' is an invaluable foliage in a deep red crimson for the late summer and autumn garden and vase. Pick above a leaf and it will bush out quickly to be picked again.

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    Anchusa azurea 'Dropmore'

    Anchusa azurea 'Dropmore' is one of my favourite edible flowers for salads and ice cubes. It is an excellent May-July flowering garden plant in the most incredible blue – a perennial which is quick and easy to grow from seed and makes a lovely cut flower.

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    Borage 'Blue'

    The classic blue-flowered borage to decorate Pimms, summer drinks and puddings. Brilliant for pollinators and an excellent edible flower. Freeze flowers in ice cubes, or wilt the leaves for a sauce for pasta and stuffing for ravioli.

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    Calendula officinalis 'Neon'

    Calendula officinalis 'Neon' has burgundy buds that open into bright orange petals tipped with dark red. It's larger and showier, with many more petals than 'Indian Prince'.

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    Calendula officinalis 'Sunset Buff'

    Calendula officinalis 'Sunset Buff' is the soft buff-apricot version of 'Indian Prince' with the same crimson petal backs but a much more subtle overall flower colour.

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    Calendula officinalis 'Touch of Red Mix'

    Calendula 'Touch of Red Mix' is perfect for a mixed jug of simple flowers with yellow, cream, apricot and orange, all with a rich crimson petal reverse. It will lightly self-sow.

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    Cima di Rapa (Broccoli raab)

    This is an incredible green-budded variety of sprouting broccoli, which crops more heavily and much more quickly from seed to harvest than Purple Sprouting. Hardy, prolific and very tasty, much favoured by the River Cafe team for winter pastas and soups. This is delicious cooked and then stir fried…

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    Courgette 'Bianca di Trieste'

    Courgette 'Bianca di Trieste' is the pale ivory-green equivalent to 'Defender' so a very healthy, quick growing, tasty and productive variety, which looks lovely mixed up with the other two colours on a plate. It is known for producing lots of flowers, good for stuffing. Do at least two sowings of…

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    Courgette 'Defender' F1

    Courgette 'Defender' is a high yielding, dark green courgette, which crops over a long period and so is ideal for the domestic grower. It's also noticeable for its flavour and resistance to mildew and mosaic virus and is a good variety for courgette flowers. Do at least two sowings of courgettes, splitting…

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    Courgette 'Romanesco'

    Recommended to me by many foodies, Courgette 'Romanesco' is a wonderful courgette with characteristic ribs down the fruit. It has excellent flavour and texture, not ever turning watery, even when quite large. Picked small and whole, the flavour reminds me of globe artichoke hearts. Its flowers are…

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    Courgette 'Soleil' F1

    Courgette 'Soleil' is one of the best, highly productive yellow courgettes. This has an excellent flavour, good raw or cooked. The skin is slightly thicker than on the other colour varieties, so eat these small, or leave them to grow on to small marrow size. They will then store in a harvest festival…

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    Dahlia '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 Children'…

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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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    Garlic Chives

    These seeds are cut-and-come-again garlic chives with white edible flowers that taste gently of garlic and are flat – not round – in their leaf profile. Garlic chives grow and flower much later than ordinary chives (I'm still picking them in November), so have a succession of both varieties…

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    Leucanthemum vulgare

    The classic Oxeye daisy to brighten dull areas of rough grass, meadow or orchard.

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    Malope trifida 'Alba'

    Malope trifida 'Alba' is a beautiful, fresh-white form of malope. Truly lovely and easy to grow.

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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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    Multi-coloured Courgette Collection

    To look wonderful in the garden and on the plate. If you grow your own courgettes you can pick them small and squeaky fresh and eat the flowers too. They look fantastic clambering over fences, frames and sheds. …

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    Myrrhis odorata (Sweet Cicely)

    A wonderful spring and early summer herb for planting with tulips and harvesting – the flowers, young leaves and seedpods – to add aniseedy flavours to salads. It also makes a delicious herb tea.

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    Nasturtium 'Alaska'

    Nasturtium 'Alaska' is very quick-growing, with a mixed colour cascade of flowers – cream, yellow orange and red. Brilliant for picking for a small table centre and excellent at the centre of a flower bed to bring in lots of good insects (ladybirds, lacewings, hoverflies and bees) to control the…

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    Nasturtium 'Black Velvet'

    Sumptuous, glamorous, rich, almost-black nasturtium. Use as ground cover or in a container. This black nasturtium is good in salad and fantastic in smoked haddock fish cakes. Sow Nasturtium 'Black Velvet' in late spring for summer and autumn picking. It will lightly self-sow. It will attract white…

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    Nasturtium 'Empress of India'

    With dark green and crimson leaves, and ruby-orange flowers, this climbing and trailing nasturtium is a firm favourite. Eat it too!

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.