The colorful blossoms from this sustainably grown collection are entirely edible. The six plants provide a beautiful mix of flowers in a range of colors and flavors, from citrus to licorice . Sprinkle them on salads or use to garnish teas, desserts and soups. They flowers will also attract honeybees to your garden.
Nasturtium: Orange and yellow blossoms on vining round-leaved plants with peppery flavor.
Bergamot (Bee Balm): Smooth leaves and purple blossoms often used in tea or as garnish.
Borage (Starflower): Small, star-shaped blue flowers with cucumber-like flavor.
Calendula (Marigold): Petals are used fresh as a garnish and fresh or dried for their healing properties.
Anise Hyssop (Licorice Mint): Leaves and tiny purple blossoms contribute sweet licorice-mint flavor and aroma to salads, teas and garnishes.