Jekka's Edible Flowers Seed Collection

Jekka's Edible Flowers Seed Collection

Seed Collection

Regular price £10.00

Only 7 items in stock!

There is nothing better to entice children into the garden than by looking at and smelling flowers. They are even more fascinated when you can say you can eat them, so we have created an Edible Flowers Collection with beautiful brightly coloured flowers that jazz up any herb garden. Not only do they look good but they taste good too. You can use them in salads, over fruit, in scones or even in ice cubes.

Five individual packets of herb seed: 

  • Borage (Borago officinalis)
  • Chopsuey Green (Chrysanthemum coronarium)
  • Heartsease (Viola tricolor)
  • Nasturtium Alaska (Tropaeolum majus Alaska Series AGM)
  • Marigold (Calendula officinalis)

Buy Jekka's A Pocketful of Herbs and a seed collection for a combined price of £20. The perfect gift.

For information on growing herbs from seeds please see Jekkapedia, Jekka's blog or our FAQs page.

In particular, Jekka's blogs on sowing seeds, sowing your winter culinary herbs or how to grow vegetables.

Jekka's "How to Grow It" videos, includes Jekka's video on how to sow seeds  for an informative step-by-step guide to seed sowing.

Once your plants are growing, ‘Jekka’s Seasonal Tips’ series covers maintenance in early spring, late spring, summer and autumn & winter. Together they form Jekka’s guide on how to grow herbs.

If you require pots or compost, see Jekka's Herb Kits that includes Jekka's Seed Sowing Kit. This kit contains all you need to sow a collection of herb seeds.

Happy Herbs!

One of our three core roots is that we are Environmentally Conscious and for the past 30 years all the herbs grown at Jekka’s have been raised following sustainable, environmentally friendly and organic approaches resulting in a remarkable biodiversity at the herb farm.

Our herb seeds are also untreated and can be used to grow organic herb plants.

You can read more about our Sustainability Approach in one of Jekka's Blogs or in Jekka's Guide to Climate Change.

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