Jazz up your food presentation with this collection of edible flowers.
The seed varieties vary, the tin currently contains one seed pack of each of the following varieties:
Radish Pink Beauty- The sweet white to pale lavender flowers taste like a mild, sweet radish.
Bachelor Buttons (Cornflower) - Eat the petals, the calyx can be bitter.
Nasturtium Dwarf Jewel Mix - Peppery flavored blooms in orange, red, yellow, and white. The leaves are edible as well and taste something like watercress.
Burgundy Okra - These beautiful flowers have a nutty taste when eaten raw and taste something like asparagus when cooked.
Garlic Chives - Great garlic flavor, the flowers have a strong flavor so avoid eating whole flowers all at once.
Squash Summer Dark Green Zucchini - Eat the male blossoms (blossoms with a narrow stem) which appear first as they do not produce fruit, although the female blossoms (blossoms with a thick stem) taste just as delicious.
Basil Dark Purple Opal - Treat yourself to a delicious, herbal flavor.
Dill Bouquet - Great garnish for seafood.
Chamomile - These lovely white flowers are a favorite for making soothing tea.
Borage - Use the sweet, blue flowers as a garnish for your favorite deserts.
3.75 x 5 x 1.75 inches.