Edible Beauties Flower Mix Seeds

More than just good looks, this annual and perennial mix is completely edible! In bright colors of orange, blue, yellow, and pink, you'll not only enjoy their color all season, but also the many ways you can use them. Savor the range of flavors, from peppery calendula and arugula, to clove-like bachelor's button, and the light onion flavor of chives. Add to salads, soups, and cooked dishes, and make herb butter, vinegars, and flavored drinks. The culinary possibilities are endless!

Mix includes (see diagram):

  1. Arugula
  2. Bachelor's Button
  3. Basil
  4. Borage
  5. Calendula
  6. Chives
  7. Fennel
  8. Johnny-Jump-Up
  9. Nasturtium
  10. Radish
  11. Signet Marigold
  • Conventional #1910 - 3 grams
    This mix covers approximately 20 sq. ft.
  • $2.69
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  • Large Packet #7026 - 9 grams
    This mix covers approximately 60 sq. ft.
  • $4.59
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Hardiness: ANNUALS: Most annuals bloom from late spring to first fall frost. BIENNIALS/PERENNIALS: Most biennials and perennials will develop foliage the first season, and bloom the following seasons.

Plant Dimensions: 8"–30" tall

Attributes: Attracts Pollinators, Edible Flower

When to Sow Outside: RECOMMENDED. Cold Climates: 2 to 4 weeks before your average last frost date. You can also sow half the seed 4 to 6 weeks before your average last frost date (hoping the last frost is earlier than usual) and sow the second half a week or two after your average last frost date (just to be safe). Mild Climates: Fall through early spring.

When to Start Inside: Not recommended.

Days to Emerge: 5–14 days

Seed Depth: ¼"

Seed Spacing: Scatter about 20 seeds per sq. ft. and rake in

Thinning: As needed

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Edible Beauties Flower Mix Seeds Reviews

5 reviews
Good mix
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The borage, arugula, fennel and radish will take over your garden if you don't spread the seeds thinly enough. The other flowers seem to be more delicate and have a hard time, so you can separate the seeds and start them inside. Deer will devour your borage, so fence it in or put hot sauce on them to protect them. Overall, I had a great experience with these. Huge variety, low matinence. Even if you aren't a great gardener, something from this pack will grow for you.
Asher

Disappointed
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I was excited to plant the "Edible Beauties" mix. I carefully Planted in a pot. Guess what? All I got were radishes and one nasturtium. Really? If I wanted radish, I would have purchased radish seeds. I am disappointed to say the least.
Joy Mueller
Owner Response: Hi Joy, We are so sorry you had poor germination with this popular flower mix. A third party laboratory tests our seeds regularly to ensure seeds meet both federal and our own standards. Our customer service department is happy to help. We will contact you shortly about this issue.

Edible beauties
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Awesome mix and they come back the next year. We live in a cold climate and we are seeing growth from last year already ZL 4/23/2020
ZL

Great
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A lovely low maintenance mix, great for our rooftop garden!
JZ

A bunch of lettuces + radishes
Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Jun 15, 2020
Hello, I planted these seeds on May 1 and today is June 15. I've plucked 2 radishes out from the group and now I just have a bunch of leaves/lettuces? Were there any flowers in this blend? How long does it take to see flowers start to bloom? Also, do I pluck the leaves + roots from the soil or do I just snip the lettuces and harvest to eat them? Disappointed that I don't see any flowers yet.
Diana
Owner Response: Hi Diane, Thanks for the questions. This mix is designed to provide fun, easy, and fairly quick edible flowers, such as the ones that would have grown from the radishes. There isn't any lettuce in this mix. Maybe the leaves you are seeing are arugula or another plant that will produce edible flowers with patience. Flowering for some of these species can be in 60 days or so depending on the conditions. Just let them be (don't harvest) and they will naturally produce flowers in their own time.

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