Edible Flowers

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  • Salad on the Go

    $5.00

    What goes better with the fruits (and vegetables) of you Tower Garden labors than a great salad, straight from the Tower? The Salad on the Go companion. Simply harvest your greens, vegetables and fruits, put them in the Salad on the Go container and keep your dressing in the handy green dressing container so your salad stays perfectly fresh till you are ready to eat it.

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  • Tennessee Urban Farm | Calendua

    Calendula

    $2.50

    This is the spectacular flashback mix, an array of colors with bicolor petals. The undersides of the petals are a muted burgundy giving the flowers a unique, flashy appearance. An excellent mix of colors; high percentage of double and semidouble flowers on long, strong stems. Also known as pot marigold, common marigold, and Scotch marigold. Petals of the flowers can be used fresh or dried in “flower confetti,” for soups, soufflés, rice dishes, baked goods, and to garnish desserts. Calendula is a popular choice for brightening up salad mix. Flavor is tangy and slightly bitter. Remove the petals from the flower base before consuming, as the base can be quite bitter.

  • Tennessee Urban Farm | Lavender

    Lavender

    $2.50

    Flowers can be used to garnish desserts and as a distinct flavor element in baked goods. Flavor is sweet and floral, and pair well with citrus, berries, nuts, mint, and cinnamon.

  • Tennessee Urban Farm | Lemon Balm

    Lemon Balm

    $2.00

    An herb in the mint family. Distinct lemon flavor. Use leaves for tea and salads.

  • Marigold, Durango Outback Mix

    Marigold, Durango Outback Mix

    $2.50

    Durango Outback Mix Marigold.

  • Tennessee Urban Farm | Jewel Mix

    Nasturtium, Jewel Mix

    $2.50

    Edible Flower: Use the flowers as garnishes, or stuff with soft cheese. The flowers can be minced and added to butters and the immature seed heads can be pickled. Nasturtiums are a popular choice for adding color to salad mix. Peppery-flavored foliage is also edible.