Our current flower varieties:
Borage- Pink turned purple turned blue flowers chock-full of sweet nectar distinguish this plant a particular favorite of your friendly, neighborhood pollinators. Enjoyable for humans as well, the flowers carry a sweet cucumber taste, making them perfect for garnishes in salads and cocktails.
Buzz Buttons- Also known as the "Toothache Plant", chewing the compact yellow flowers causes a temporary tingling and numbing sensation of the tongue and mouth. Cover the bad boys in chocolate, use the petals for a cocktail garnish, make a tea, or use sparingly in a salad for an extra zing! The Buzz Button leaves can be chopped into a fresh salad for an enjoyable peppery taste without the tingle.
Calendula- A true deep orange calendula with bright flame-colored ruffled flowers. Well suited for bouquets, these blooms will continuously flower throughout the growing season.
- Dark Orange: Double-flowered blooms and deep orange coloring highlight this particular Marigold variety. Useful for keeping pests away from other, more prized plants, such as tomatoes.
- Tangerine Gem: Compact and lacy green foliage is accented by scores of orange and yellow flowers with a citrusy scent. Edible petals are beautiful in a salad, as a garnish on a dessert, or even cooked in rice dishes.
Nasturtium- Brilliant red, orange, pink, and yellow edible flowers placed among dish plate shaped leaves. Add these peppery flowers to salads for color and spice, or stuff them with cream cheese.
- Limoncello: Vibrant, lemon-yellow petals form traditional sunflowers that are beautiful in bouquets.
- Strawberry Blonde: Dark centers with deep pink or burgundy based petals with pale tips. Gorgeous bouquet flower.
- Teddy: Big, puffy, golden-yellow blooms on dwarf stems. Perfect for kids' gardens, balcony gardens, or bouquet cuts.
- Golden: Prolific, petite but sturdy flowers are perfect for cut-flower bunches with their rich yellow tone.
- Purple: Huge purple blooms are gorgeous in vases and attract butterflies in the garden.