Edible and Beneficial Flowers
Flowers add many benefits to your edible landscape beyond their beauty and colour. Beneficial flowers in the garden attract useful insects to your garden like ladybugs and bees that attack garden pests and aid in pollination - resulting in healthier, more productive gardens. Flowers with high quality nectar and pollen tend to attract the most beneficial insects.
Flowers not only add a splash of colour to your garden, they also attract a great array of beneficial insects that help pollinate your fruits and vegetables and also prey on garden pests. Some are even edible.
Edible flowers add flavour, aroma and colour to many recipes. They are most commonly used in salads, desserts and beverages . There are many different edible flowers – our selection is chosen for the quality of their flavour, their ease of growing and colour.
Using Edible Flowers: