Dried calendula is also known as "Poor Man's Saffron"Millet salad with calendula and spinachDried calendula petals have many uses including tisanes and food colouringCalendula, Daisy MixGoats cheese with calendula and cornflowersCalendula tisane


Sow: March to May, or August to September

Flowers: May to September

Where:  In a sunny spot.  In flower beds, window boxes, containers, vegetable patch

How many seeds?  0.3g (average 30 seeds)

Also known as: Calendula officinalis, Pot Marigold

Calendula ‘Daisy Mix’

Calendula are a brightly coloured edible flowers with many culinary uses, including floral teas, decorating cheeses, to add to rice, salads, butters, oils and vinegars.  The edible petals have a slightly peppery flavour and may be eaten fresh, or dried to make ‘Poor Man’s Saffron’.  The young leaves are also edible and may be used as a salad leaf. Calendula are incredibly easy to grow and produce an abundance of flowers through spring and summer.  A very popular edible flower.

Presentation Pack includes:-
Calendula Seed
Growing & Harvesting Calendula Instructions
Calendula Eating Guide
Calendula Recipe Leaflet
4 Additional Edible Flower Recipe Cards

Plant Label

Refill Packs include:-Flower Seeds only

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Additional Information

Growing Location

Vegetable Gardens, Containers, Borders & beds, Small gardens, Wildlife garden, Hanging baskets

Growing Condition

Full sun, Part shade

Use

Salads, Decoration & garnishes, Hot drinks, Cakes & desserts, Savoury cooking, Oils & vinegars, Sugars & syrups, Food colouring

Sowing month

March, April, May, August, September

Flowering month

May, June, July, August, September

Taste

Savoury, Delicate

Colour

Yellow, Orange

Suitable For..

Great for bees, Easy to grow, Great for kids

Type of packet

Seed & Recipe Pack, Seed Refill Pack

Product Description

Calendula Daisy Mix Edible Flower

Calendula Daisy Mix Edible Flower are a brightly coloured edible flowers with many culinary uses, including floral teas, decorating cheeses, to add to rice, salads, butters, oils and vinegars.  The edible petals have a slightly peppery flavour and may be eaten fresh, or dried to make ‘Poor Man’s Saffron’.  The young leaves are also edible and may be used as a salad leaf. Calendula are incredibly easy to grow and produce an abundance of flowers through spring and summer.  A very popular edible flower.

Calendula are a brightly coloured edible flowers with many culinary uses, including floral teas, decorating cheeses, to add to rice, salads, butters, oils and vinegars.  The edible petals have a slightly peppery flavour and may be eaten fresh, or dried to make ‘Poor Man’s Saffron’.  The young leaves are also edible and may be used as a salad leaf. Calendula are incredibly easy to grow and produce an abundance of flowers through spring and summer.  A very popular edible flower.

Calendula are a brightly coloured edible flowers with many culinary uses, including floral teas, decorating cheeses, to add to rice, salads, butters, oils and vinegars.  The edible petals have a slightly peppery flavour and may be eaten fresh, or dried to make ‘Poor Man’s Saffron’.  The young leaves are also edible and may be used as a salad leaf. Calendula are incredibly easy to grow and produce an abundance of flowers through spring and summer.  A very popular edible flower.

Calendula are a brightly coloured edible flowers with many culinary uses, including floral teas, decorating cheeses, to add to rice, salads, butters, oils and vinegars.  The edible petals have a slightly peppery flavour and may be eaten fresh, or dried to make ‘Poor Man’s Saffron’.  The young leaves are also edible and may be used as a salad leaf. Calendula are incredibly easy to grow and produce an abundance of flowers through spring and summer.  A very popular edible flower.

Seed & Recipe Packs include:-
Flower Seeds
Plant Label
Growing & Harvesting Instructions
Calendula Recipe Guide
4 x Edible Flower Recipe Cards

Refill Packs include:- Flower Seeds only

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