I do not want to correspond with anyone about any product other than this one. I require the mature, viable seed of Daucus carota subspecies carota, also known as Queen Anne's lace, Bishops Lace, Wild Carrot, and Bird's Nest.
Is easy to grow and will grow in almost any soil conditions. Sweet William will bloom several different colors including white, pink and red. Spectacular, multi-color blooms that add color to any garden.
Use the leaves and pods in salads or as garnishes. Dark green foliage with scarlet blooms that please the eye! Scarlet flowers stand out amid the very dark green foliage of this old-fashioned favorite.
Nasturtium are edible. Cherry rose, golden, peach melba and primrose flowers! Nasturtium is a very beautiful and vibrant flower that stands out in all yards. Growing Instructions: They flower most freely in full sun and poor dryish soils.
Tired of the same old meat and potatoes? Edible flowers have been used for hundreds of years as flavoring and garnishes. All edible flowers have almost zero calories.For those of you with allergies remove the pollen-bearing parts of the flower, the pistils...
It withstands dry conditions, though it performs best in cooler seasons, without irrigation. One of the most popular wildflowers, Purple Coneflower is native to the Midwest and Southeast, and naturalized throughout the Northeast.
Likes full sun and mild to cool weather. Use fresh Fennel leaves in salads, with eggs, fish and sauces! Florence fennel has a bulbous stem can be steamed, grilled or served raw, like celery with a delicate anise aroma.
Seed Count: Approximately 64,000 seeds per pound (4,000 seeds per ounce).
Annual that prefers cooler climates and look great in pots. Pacific Beauty are favorites for cut flowers and also lend beauty to many dishes as edible flowers. Pot marigold that are excellent cut flowers.
The spice, coriander, is the plant's mature, dried seeds are a staple of Indian cooking. An easy to grow and great flavor cilantro! Known as slow bolt cilantro (bolting means that the plant starts to produce seed, rather than growing more leaves), this...
Use shorter more tender pods for pickling or longer pods are great for gumbo! First flowers will start to appear within 45 days with okra pods soon to follow. This old heirloom dates all the way back to the early 1900's when first discovered.
Long harvest period. Great for using as a garnish or drinks. Large plants bear hundreds of small edible flowers, mostly blue and some pink. Blue flowers adorn this mounded plant. Mild cucumber flavor for salads and garnishes.
They grow very easily from Viola seeds, and once established will even self-sow. Violas are known for their spring beauty in hanging baskets! These beautiful little flowers that bring charm and grace to any summer landscape.
Our honey is not like Chinese one. It is in dark color because of chestnut flower composition and acacia honey is very tasty. It is different. Mr. Otar Gulua Import-Export manager Ltd TAPLIS MTA #38-60 Vazha-Pshavela ave.