Edible Flowers

All out of stock at present but can be ordered.


Plant Name

Botanical Name

Dried Flower Confetti Mix
- flavorful, colorful mixture of edible flowers to excite your taste buds

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Organic Confetti Mix

Organic confetti mix is also available for $10/pack, plus shipping.

Organic flowers may include:

Rose, lavender, calendula,

and coneflower (bachelor buttons)

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Sold by weight and not volume.

$8.00/pack (28.3495 grams = 1 oz.) ( 1 oz. = +- 25 Tablespoons) (plus shipping) - SKU10gr

may contain the following:

Wild violets (2 varieties)

Wild orange day lily

red rose


wild mustard



wild carrot

purple clover

honeysuckle or other edible varieties of flowers


Sold by weight and not volume.
$8.00/pack ((28.3495 grams = 1 oz.)  ( 1 oz. = +- 25 Tablespoons)(plus shipping)

  Sold by weight and not volume.

Calendula Flowers, Whole  CERTIFIED ORGANIC -  Origin- Egypt

Calendula officinalis


Clover, flowers - dried red or white - Sweet, anise-like, licorice Trifolium pratense

Wild harvested in Tennessee, USA

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Clover, flowers, dried red (purple) organic


Out of stock

Cornflowers, whole

aka Bachelor Buttons 

Centaurea cyanus   Origin- Croatia

Without Calyx

Centaurea cyanus        

Day Lily, Common Orange Day Lily,  wild - Flowers, dried - slight onion taste or vegetable taste like lettuce or melon - cut them away from the bitter white base of the flower

out of stock
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Hemerocallis fulva

Hibiscus flowers aka Jamaica, Roselle, Jamaica sorrel,  flores de jamaica - dried whole


out of stock

(Hibiscus sabdariffa)

Jamaica flowers are used in Mexico for a tangy deep red cooler called Aqua de Jamaica.

Jamaica flowers are used medicinally In India, Africa and Mexico.  Infusions are used as a diuretic, cholerectic, febrifugal and hypotensive.

There have been animal studies that show that an extract made form the jamaica flowers decreased the absorption rate of alcohol and a similar concoction is used in Guatemala as a hangover remedy.

Additionally it is used as a lotion for sores and wounds.


ELDER - flowers  dried - sweet floral  taste (see recipe below for wine)



Sambucus nigra


Kudzu Blossoms, fresh or dried
Available July-August
Fresh is better for jellies, dried for tea

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Lavender Flower 

Lavandula x intermedia   

Lavandula x intermedia        
Mustard, Wild - Flowers dried - spicy mustard taste out of stock        
Red Bud - Flowers dried - Slight sweet pea or bean  like taste  

Cercis canadensis

limited supply

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Roses, Pink 

Rosa centifolia   Origin- India

Rosa centifolia (PINK)

Roses, Red 

Rosa centifolia   

Rosa centifolia
Rosa centifolia (RED)


Roses, whole buds 

Rosa damascena   Origin- France

Rosa damascena (RED)
Roses - dried or fresh - wild or domestic, origin USA, TN, NC
wild harvested

Rosa species


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Queen Anne's Lace - Flowers dried - slight carrot taste

Daucus carota

In stock

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Violet, Wild - Flowers, dried or fresh - sweet taste Viola odorata


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Wisteria,  blossoms (Chinese Wisteria) - t Wisteria sinensis

Dried blossoms - $8.00/pack (10 grams)10 gram = 0.352 739 619 ounce (plus shipping)

2 packs - $15.00
3 packs - $22.00

available spring

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Yucca - Flowers, dried - taste sweet to bland available summer
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$3.00 $10.00 $20.00 $40.00
In order to comply with USDA food safety regulations, we do not sell nor provide anything containing meat, poultry, canned low acid foods, or dairy products. We sell herbs (plants) for a novelty, religious, or food supplements only. We may list other sites that sell FDA regulated products, but we are not in any way responsible for what others sell.

Some recipes


**Elderberry Blossom Wine
 Yield: 1 Servings
      1 gallon Boiling water
      1 qt Elder blossoms
      3 lb Sugar
      1    Lemon; thinly sliced
      1 pack  yeast
 Put blossoms in a large kettle and pour water over  them. Let stand 1 hour. Strain, add sugar to  liquid, boil a little and skim. When lukewarm, add  lemon and yeast. Let stand 24 hours, then strain  and put into bottles or jugs, filling full until  all impurities are worked out. Be sure to fill up  jugs as fast as it works out and the wine will be a beautiful amber color. (In making this wine, be  careful to keep all stems out, as they make the  wine taste rank and give it a dark color). Cork  tightly.


Crystallized Violets


Pick perfectly formed violets first thing in the morning, after the dew has dried.  Using a clean artist's paintbrush, carefully paint them with lightly beaten egg white. While still wet, dip them in extra-fine sugar. Dry in a very slow oven or food dehydrator until crisp. This can take up to 24 hours depending on humidity. Use immediately, or gently remove and store them in an airtight container.

This method also works well for violas and other small flowers.

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