Edible Flowers

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  • Bachelor’s Button, Black Ball (Organic)


    Centaurea cyanus. 70 days. Super dark maroon flowers really catch your eye in the garden and in bouquets. Flowers bloom from June to September, covering plants with 2″ double flowers. Plants grow to 3′ tall and may need staking. Young shoots are edible, flowers can be eaten raw or cooked, florets can be used as…

  • Blue Jubilee Gem Bachelor ButtonBlue Jubilee Gem Bachelor Button

    Bachelor’s Button, Blue Jubilee Gem (Organic)


    Centaurea cyanus. 60 days. Bachelor’s Buttons deserve a place in every garden. They are easy-to-grow, make a nice little cut flower, and pollinators love them. Blue Jubilee Gem’s frilly blossoms reach 2” across and are a lovely periwinkle blue, the most common bachelor’s button color. The semi-dwarf plants grow to about 2′ and bloom over…

  • Bachelor Button, Mauve Ball

    Bachelor’s Button, Mauve Ball (Organic)


    Centaurea cyanus. 65 Days. A mauve/lilac purple version of the classic Bachelor’s Button. Plants grow to 36″ with fully double flowers on long, sturdy stems that make a great addition to bouquets. Blooms early and keeps going right up until frost, providing a great mid-summer to late season nectar source for pollinators. May be sown…

  • Borage

    Borage (Organic)


    Borago officinalis. Borage is a traditional European herb used medicinally for centuries and as a flavoring for soups and drinks. Little blue flowers are perfect when added to salad, bringing a sweet floral note. Fuzzy leaves have an earthy cucumber taste, considered moist and cooling. We make an alcohol extract out of the leaves and…

  • Calendula, Bronzed Beauty (Organic)


    Calendula officinalis. 60 days. Pale peach with some copper undertones, Bronzed Beauty Calendula offers a unique coloration when compared to the standard orange and yellow calendula color spectrum. Petals are cream on the top and coppery red on the back. Flower center is a nice chocolate brown. This variety is great for people who want…

  • Organic Erferter Calendula SeedOrganic Erfurter Orange Calendula Seed

    Calendula, Erfurter (Organic)


    Calendula officinalis. 65-70 days. Perennial in zones 8-10. Fully double, bright orange flowers on 18-24” plants. Erfurter is a preferred variety for commercial production in the US, with larger flowers and a somewhat higher resin content than Resina. Also blooms profusely, but not as prolifically as Resina. Petals can be used to make a natural…

  • Organic Resina Calendula Seed

    Calendula, Resina (Organic)


    Calendula officinalis. 60-65 days. Perennial in zones 8-10. A very fine strain of calendula for medicinal use, and as a self-sowing, short-lived perennial flower. Highly productive plants produce medium-sized flowers with two rows of resin-rich petals. Plants have either soft orange or bright yellow flowers with small centers. Fairly hardy in our climate, Resina often…

  • Organic Campanula, Dinner Bells seeds

    Campanula, Dinner Bells (Organic)


    Campanula medium. Biennial. Bell-shaped, 2-3″ flowers are good stuffed or whole in salad. Selected for edible flowers which are purple or white and pleasantly peppery. Biennial that blooms only in its second year, but flowers profusely and is well worth the wait. A type of Canterbury Bells Campanula selected by Tim Peters of Peters Seed…

  • Bodegold Chamomilebodegold chamomile Flowers

    Chamomile, Bodegold (Organic)


    Matricaria recutita. Bodegold is an improved German variety of chamomile with higher essential oil content, high yields, large flowers, and more uniform habit. The truly special trait of this variety is its delicious, sweet aroma that is significantly sweeter than other chamomile varieties. White petaled flowers have fragrant yellow centers. Chamomile is commonly used as…

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    Chamomile, Zloty Lan (Organic)


    Matricaria recutita. A unique Polish tetraploid variety. Tetraploid plants naturally have more cell chromosomes which usually results in larger and more vigorous plants. Zloty Lan is certainly bigger and higher yielding with a strong, tall growth habit. We find it has a wonderful aroma that is somewhat less sweet than Bodegold. The dried flowers steeped…

  • Dill, Ambrosia (Organic)


    Anethum graveolens. 35 days. An amazingly fragrant variety of dill. Heavenly in the garden and a key ingredient for many pickle recipes. You can’t have too many jars of dilly beans in the pantry. Also delicious in borscht (beet soup), and cooked with fish or potatoes. Flowers are very attractive to pollinators. We sourced Ambrosia…

  • Mt Adam's DillOrganic Mt Adams Dill seed

    Dill, Mt Adams (Organic)


    Anethum graveolens. 35 days. Dill is a must have in any garden, and Mt Adams dill is a great early-to-flower variety perfect for seed and flower production. It is also a good producer of dill leaf but not as prolific as mammoth types. Dill is a commercial crop in Washington state, where many acres are…

  • EP1 Evening Primrose

    Evening Primrose, EP-10 (Organic)


    Oenothera biennis. Biennial. Produces 2″ yellow, sweetly fragrant flowers on 3-5′ tall central stalks from June to September in second year. Leaves and roots are edible, with a peppery taste. Flowers are edible and sweet, may be added to salads or used as a garnish, and are attractive to pollinators. Roots, bark, and seedpods are…

  • Marigold, Tangerine Gem (Organic)


    Tagetes tenuifolia. 60-65 days. Tiny, orange, edible, marigold flowers form on dwarf plants that do well in containers. A cheerful little bedding plant, looks great when planted densely. Blooms all summer long right up until frost, and is highly attractive to pollinators and other beneficial insects. Lovely citrusy scent is fun to experiment with in…

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    Marshmallow (Organic)


    Althaea officinalis. Perennial in zones 3-9. Common edible and medicinal herb native to Europe. Marshmallow has many medicinal uses which include treating stomach acid, aching muscles, insect bites, and dry coughs. Leaves can be eaten raw but taste better cooked. Similar to its okra relative, it is good for thickening soups. Marshmallows of campfire and…

  • Organic Lemon Bergamot SeedsOrganic Lemon Bergamot Seeds

    Monarda, Lemon Bergamot (Organic)


    Monarda citridoria. Annual or fall-sown biennial. Lemon Bergamot Monarda achieves the garden trifecta of being an ornamental, culinary/medicinal, and insectary plant. Tubular purple flowers form in clusters around the stem, with two to six clusters along each stem. Perhaps most well known as an herbal flavoring for tea, leaves have a citrusy aroma and flavor…

  • Organic Wild Bergamont Bee Balm seed

    Monarda, Wild Bergamot / Bee Balm (Organic)


    Monarda fistulosa. Perennial in zones 3-10. The name Bee Balm says it all. Bees, butterflies, other beneficial insects, even hummingbirds love to come and drink the nectar of this member of the mint family. We saw a large number of native bumble bees foraging among the summer blooms. Steal a few flowering stems from the…

  • Sweet William, Hollandia Purple Crown Mix (Organic)


    Dianthus barbatus. 45 days. This Dianthus / Sweet William is an annual cut flower version of the cottage garden favorite. So many Sweet Williams are biennial and it is difficult to wait for the blooms. The 2′ tall plants of Hollandia Purple Crown Mix display many of the classic Dianthus colors – red, purple, white,…