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The Culinary Flowers Grow Kit contains everything you need to grow your own edible flowers. The best chefs around the world use flowers to decorate dishes.

Description

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The Culinary Flowers Grow Kit contains a beautiful range of edible flowers your can grow in your own home. These edible flowers not only add extra taste but also enhance the visual appearance of your dishes. A perfect gift for the gardener who loves to add pizzazz to their dishes . This Culinary Flowers Grow Kit has flower varieties that can add a peppery, zesty or sweet notes to ice creams, salads, dessert sauces, seafood or stir fries.

The kit includes:

  • 5 seed varieties – Cornflower, Nasturtium, Lavender, Dianthus and Violas
  • 5 peat pots
  • 5 growing substrate discs
  • 5 plant labels
  • 1 booklet with recipes and instructions

Features:

  • Everything you need to start your grow kit at home which you can start in the kitchen

Recommendation:

  • Once flowers have spent 4 -6 weeks indoors, it’s time to take them outside to flourish in well-drained soil ideally with full sun.
  • Cornflower has many healing properties and is known to reduce anxiety which makes it good for relaxation. It can be eaten raw in a fresh salad or dried and made into a relaxing tea blend.
  • Nasturtium are easy to grow with a nice fragrance and makes for a beautiful garnish on any summer meal.
  • Lavender is that beautiful purple flower with a sweet, floral aroma that helps you relax. With so many health benefits, you don’t even have to eat it to get the most out of Lavender. Used in food preparation for baked goods or sprinkled on fresh salads.
  • Dianthus has a delicate flavour with a hint of cloves but the taste can vary depending on species. You can spice up a hot tea, float the flowers in a cream soup, sprinkle over fruit salads or bake them into cookies. Such as lovely flower to grow.
  • Violas can have a slightly sweet green or grassy flavour. You can either eat whole, petals and all or just the petals. Used as garnishes, fruit salads, desserts or in soups.