Edible Flowers Seed Mix - annual flowers
Culinary tips: Use these beauties to dress up your cuisine with garnishes or as an addition to salads.
Fragrant, colorful and flavorful addition to the garden, the Edible Flower Mixture includes: Borage, with a cucumber-like flavor; Cilantro, with its tangy, fresh flavor and aroma; Nasturium, whose bright yellow, orange and red blooms have a spicy, pepper-like flavor; Calendula, which has a yellow orange flower and a mild, peppery flavor; Cornflower, with its bright blue flower and mild taste; Dianthus ‘Wee Willie,’ a tiny pink flower with a clove like flavor; onion-flavored Chives; Lemon Mint, which has a strong mint flavor; Pansy and Johnny Jump-Up, both with brightly colored flowers with a mild, slightly sweet flavor; licorice-flavored Lavender Hyssop; and English Daisy, also a lovely flower with a sweet, mild flavor.
- Warm season annual
- Maturity: Approx. 50 days
- Planting season: Late spring/summer
- Prepare fertile, well-drained soil. Sow seeds in spring/summer after last frost in a sunny location. Keep soil moist. Fertilize as needed.