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Chives (Allium schoenoprasum)

Chives (Allium schoenoprasum)

The individual florets have a strong onion flavour which is lovely in salads and particularly good with eggs. They ...
Daisy (Bellis perennis)

Daisy (Bellis perennis)

The common daisy has some wonderful modern cultivars that come in a range of reds and pinks and white. The petals ...
Forget-me-not (Myosotis)

Forget-me-not (Myosotis)

Gorgeous little flowers. Mainly in blue blue also in white and pink. Lovely for garnishing salads or canapes or ...
Fuchsia Flowers

Fuchsia Flowers

Sweet and crunchy fuchsia flowers are lovely in cocktails, set in jellies or served with desserts or salad. The ...
Gladiolus

Gladiolus

Gladiolus are beautiful flags of crunchy sweetness. Really not what you expect tastewise. The flowers have a very ...
Lavender (Lavender Augustifolia)

Lavender (Lavender Augustifolia)

English lavender is superior for culinary use and French Lavender for the perfume industry. Lavender is famous for ...
Pansy (Viola tricolor)

Pansy (Viola tricolor)

Pansies are the most colourful of all the edible flowers and extremely versatile. They have a long flowering ...
Rose (Rosa)

Rose (Rosa)

Roses have had culinary uses for centuries. They vary enormously in flavour but generally the more scented the ...
Snapdragon (Antirrhinum)

Snapdragon (Antirrhinum)

Great colour with almost orchid like ‘faces’. Slightly bitter flavour not unlike chicory. Perfect for clipping ...
Tulips (Tulipa)

Tulips (Tulipa)

Tulips come in a range of colours and make wonderful sweet canape ‘containers’ even for ice cream. You can buy ...
Viola (Viola)

Viola (Viola)

Dainty colourful flowers. Perfect for crystalising. Wide range of colours. The most commonly used of the edible ...

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