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Maddocks Farm Organics has closed and we are reopening from late May 2023 as The Edible Flower Garden. Our new incarnation is much smaller and much more focused on teaching and sharing knowledge about organic growing. We will still offer very limited boxes of edible flowers to order in advance for summer. See below for some treats.
Edible flowers for Cocktails – COLLECTION ONLY

Edible flowers for Cocktails – COLLECTION ONLY

Petal Confetti – COLLECTION ONLY

Petal Confetti – COLLECTION ONLY

£15.00
Abutilon Flowers – COLLECTION ONLY

Abutilon Flowers – COLLECTION ONLY

£11.00
Our new home is a less than 1/2 acre garden so we have reluctantly had to give up our commercial organic certification and Maddocks Farm Organics name of 20 years (It is illegal to refer to yourself as organic if you don’t have certification). The Edible Flower Garden as we are now known will continue to follow all the organic principles and regulations for which we have won numerous Awards and will be offering limited naturally grown edible flower packs between the end of May and October 2023. In addition we will be passing on our skills to others to develop wildlife friendly gardens, brimming with edible flowers and sustainable produce.

Keep an eye on the website or sign up to our newsletter for further information.

We live for your salad. It is the highlight of our summer – Kirsty Allsop on Twitter

The edible flowers are almost too beautiful to eat – Anneka Rice on Radio 2

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Know your babies! These beauties will pupate (much like a butterfly) and then emerge as 7 spotted Ladybirds! In both forms they pretty much spend their time chomping on aphids so give them a lot of love! Ladybirds love to breed on nettles, daisies and in my experience Swiss chard which is a little random. 🤗
#ladybirdlove #sevenspottedladybird #ladybirdlarvae #naturalpestcontrol #aphidmunchers. #gardeningfornature #wildlifeconservation #planetfirst
Little Lily! Enjoying #glastonbury via the telly box! 
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.#flowercrown #edibleflowers #flowerpower #glastovibes #maddocksfarmorganics #theedibleflowergarden #glastofest
Custodian of the last 24 of these to be sold in the U.K. by @david_austin_roses. Now a ‘retired’ variety. My all time favourite though so they are much loved and get better care than Long Suffering Stu or my children! 😂 #retiredroses #munsteadwood #davidaustinroses #theedibleflowergarden formerly #maddocksfarmorganics.
Company in the greenhouse. #britishbumblebee #plantingforwildlife
Loving seeing this in the middle of the marquee at #rhschelsea. 🙌🙌🙌Also love the emphasis on edibles within planting schemes or as stand alone planters. Keeping it real. Gardening starts from the soil up. #feedthesoil #makingcompost #organicgardening
Thank you so much for your suggestions. I’ve emptied the pantry 😂and will keep you posted on Diablo’s 🐦‍⬛ reaction to garlic granules, coffee and chilli powder!
Anyone got any solutions to over zealous blackbirds. Diablo and his wife are literally trashing everything I plant. I’ve tried the following:

1) Not watering in the evening after I’ve planted stuff so there are no nice damp places to dig;

2) Making sure any manure is really buried and only firm top soil is on top;

3) Digging over the compost heap and spreading wormy manure where I am NOT planting to give them something to eat elsewhere;

4) Potting on plant babies till they are bigger and planting out then;

5) Singing about the pie I’m going to make with him, his wife and 22 of their mates! 

Any suggestions. In this heat it’s exhausting and I’m loosing a lot of babies being dug up and tossed on the paths. I’m covering where I can but he is really tenacious. 

I need your help! 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻
Bit of sunshine and everything starts to pop with colour. Weirdly every outside seems very dry considering it’s rained for the last 5 months! The wind is so drying. Not to worry. Another week of rain starting tomorrow. 😂#edibleflowers #maddocksfarmorganics now #theedibleflowergarden  Have a good week all! Xx
Beautiful little Ashy Mining bee on the first of the chamomile flowers. Fabulous little solitary bee who ‘mines’ a nest in soft Sandy soil and banks making a little volcano of soil at the entrance. Great pollinators too! 🤗🤗🤗

#ashyminingbee #britishbees #pollinators #gardeningforwildlife #pollinatorfriendlygardening #edibleflowers #theedibleflowergarden #maddocksfarmorganics
I know many of you will unfollow as you hate spiders BUT I have to be true to my organic roots and can’t just share fluffy bumble bees! These guys ( Garden Orb Weaver spiders) are great natural predators and will sort out a number of garden pests so they are a great asset. 

Also worth watching for my terrible focus and strange unintended David Attenborough whisper. 🤪 #dontgiveupthedayjob!!!

#naturalpredators  #chemicalfree #gardenorbweaver
This was just emailed to me. Thank you @ian_webber_cook @devonlifemag. Made me cry my eyes out. Much appreciated. Xxx
Wild garlic, nettle and watercress soup from the garden. 💚💚💚

#eatyourgreen #eatyourgarden #springgreen #nettlesoup #wildgarlic #watercresssoup