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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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

Looking for more inspiration?.....

....see our boards on pinterest for ideas on how to use your edible flowers