Edible Flowers for Cocktails, Reception Drinks and Icecubes.

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  • Borage on Pimms Jelly from http://maddocksfarmorganics.co.uk/uncategorized/pimms-jelly/
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    Buy Borage Flowers

    (100 + borage flowers per box)

    Borage flower are available between the end of March and the middle of October. 

    Borage flowers are one of the most famous and popular of all the edible flowers. The tiny little blue stars are beloved by gardeners because they brings the sounds of summer into the garden by attracting both honey and bumble bees. They are also a firm favourite with chefs as well who love to use them to garnish both sweet and savoury dishes.

    It should be said that borage flowers are very delicate. They will not sit for a long time on a wedding cake in a hot marquee without starting to wilt so care has to be given as to when and where they are used. They are perfect set into jellies or ice cubes where their beauty is preserved. They are lovely popped into champagne cocktails at the last minute or floated on glasses of summer Pimms with a sprig of mint (we can provide that too!).

    If you would like to use them on a Wedding or Christening Cake then they need to be stored in their container in a fridge until the 11th hour and then added at the last moment.

    Borage flowers are lovely scattered through a buffet salad or perfect to garnish the poshest of summer cucumber sandwiches. Fit for royalty or at least Hyacinth Bucket.


  • Sale! Dianthus flowers at http://maddocksfarmorganics.co.u
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    Buy Dianthus Flowers

    Buy Dianthus Flowers. 40 flower heads per box. Available May to September.

    Dianthus. Stunning summer flowers in red, pinks, whites and purples that hold brilliantly on a cake and are also lovely crystallised.

    Here we sell a box of more than 40 dianthus heads on short stalks. If you’d like the stalks longer for flower pot muffins please specify.

    Dianthus are also lovely used as part of petal confetti where their delicate feather like petals add a touch of class.

    Whole dianthus are also lovely floating in cocktails.

    We will include a selection of colours within the box but if you’d just prefer just one colour then please do make a note on your order and we do our best to choose your preferred option.


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    Buy fresh Elderflowers

    8+ large heads of elderflower to a box.

    Buy fresh elderflower here.

    Elderflowers are one of the most famous and stunning of all edible flowers. Most people have tried elderflower cordial but have you tried elderflower gin or vodka. What have you been waiting for!!

    Elderflower sprigs are lovely floating on the top of cocktails or to decorate cake. Or make some lovely elderflower sugar or syrup for decorating your cakes and desserts. The possibilities are endless.

    Our elderflowers are grown on our own organic land and foraged in a sustainable manner.

    Elderflower is available until the 3rd week in June. Please do not order it after this time.

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  • Sale! Photo by Guy Harrop. Flower cocktails and food at Lower Grenofen, Tavistock, Devon
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    Buy Fresh Lavender Flowers (Copy)

    Buy fresh lavender flowers from our Devon farm – 50 stems per box.

    We grow three types of culinary lavender – all English. Contrary to popular belief English Lavender is considered better than French for cooking purposes because it has lower camphor levels and a softer, sweeter flavour. The French lavender is stronger and ideal for the perfume industry. Our lavender is continuously harvested and provides flowers from the end of June until October.

    Lavender is associated with sweet dishes such as shortbread, cakes and biscuits and is stunning with chocolate and ice creams. White chocolate and lavender – to die for! Fresh lavender is also marvellous with savoury dishes and has a wonderful affinity with lamb and with tomato dishes. A few sprigs are also lovely crumbled through roasting potatoes.

    Lavender has shaken off it’s association with old ladies and has suddenly become ‘bang on trend’. Lavender cocktails have become extremely fashionable for weddings in the past couple of years. Both the sprigs floating in cocktails and a lavender syrup used to make cocktails. Our fresh lavender was used to make cocktails on Sunday Brunch last year and went down a storm with Olympic athlete, Christina Ohuruogu!

    Our boxes of fresh lavender flowers contain a minimum of 50 heads on 5 inch stalks. This is more than sufficient for a whole range of dishes (or to garnish cocktails) as fresh lavender has a stronger and cleaner flavour than dried.

    Surplus lavender heads can be preserved by making lavender sugar. Alternatively it can be dried and as long as it is kept in an airtight container out of direct sunlight it will retain it’s flavour for a year.


  • Edible phlox flowers in cocktails from http://maddocksfarmorganics.co.uk
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    Buy Phlox Flowers

    Buy phlox flowers. 100 flower heads per box.

    Phlox are available between the beginning of May and the middle of October. Please don’t order outside of these times.

    Phlox. Stunning summer flowers in red, pinks, whites and purples. These flowers are very delicate and ones that should be treated with care as they don’t like to be left out on food for long periods of time. Having said that, they are completely stunning little stars and are quite beautiful adorning cocktails if they are added at the last minute. They are also beautiful additions to cakes or desserts.

    Here we sell a box of more than 100 phlox heads on short stalks. When you use the flowers you just need to remove them from their stalks.

    Phlox are also lovely used as part of petal confetti where their delicate feather like petals add a touch of class.

    Whole phlox are also lovely floating in cocktails.

    We will include a selection of colours within the box but if you’d just prefer just one colour then please do email Jan at maddocksfarmorganics@gmail.com and we can pick to your preferred option. They come in pink, purple, white and red.

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  • Primulas from http://maddocksfarmorganics.co.uk.
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    Buy Primula Flowers Individual Colours.

    (50 + primula flowers per box)

    Primula flowers are tough wee flowers that are first on  the scene in Spring and their vibrant colours bring much needed flashes of vibrance to announce the start of the edible flower season.

    Primulas have a subtle yet distinctive perfume which is discernible in baking. Slightly sweet and definitely floral and they are also wonderful crystallised.

    Alternatively floating in a cocktail or dressing a salad, they are lovely for a Spring Wedding or celebration.

    Primulas are also lovely set in ice cubes where there bright colours show through.

    These primulas are in individual coloured boxes – either all yellows, all deep red or shades of blues- choose your favourite below.


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    Buy Mixed Primula Flowers

    (45 + primula flowers per box)

    Primula flowers are tough wee flowers that are first on  the scene in Spring and their vibrant colours bring much needed flashes of vibrance to announce the start of the edible flower season.

    Primulas have a subtle yet distinctive perfume which is discernible in baking. Slightly sweet and definitely floral and they are also wonderful crystallised.

    Alternatively floating in a cocktail or dressing a salad, they are lovely for a Spring Wedding or celebration.

    Primulas are also lovely set in ice cubes where there bright colours show through.

    These primulas are sold in  mixed colourful boxes.


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    Buy Primrose Flowers.

    (70 + wild primrose flowers per box)

    Primrose flowers are the first herald of Spring and their delicate colour and perfume are as lovely on the plate as they are on an April country walk.

    Primroses have a subtle yet distinctive perfume which is discernible in baking. Slightly sweet and definitely floral. Primroses are perfect therefore for making floral syrups and curds and along with their cousins the primulas they are also wonderful crystallised. Alternatively floating in a cocktail or dressing a salad, they are lovely for a Spring Wedding or celebration.

    Maddocks Farm Organics has a wild foraging licence with the Soil Association which means that we are licenced to sustainable forage for wild primroses on our land. All our primroses are organic. We pick early in the day and send out by overnight courier so that they arrive with you pretty much within 24 hours of being nestled on a Devonshire bank.

    As well as primroses we also sell their more colourful cousins the primulas. If you’d like a colourful mix of primroses and primulas then please do specify below when you order.

    Primroses are in stock from March to early May. 


  • Buy fresh edible rose petals for cooking, wedding cakes, cocktails and crystallising.
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    Fresh Edible Rose Petals

    Buy fresh edible rose petals for celebration cakes, for cooking, for floating in cocktails and as a stunning ingredient in numerous delicious recipes. Maddocks Farm Organics are the only sellers of organic edible rose petals in the UK and we are famous for the quality of our organic roses.

    All our organic roses are grown according to the very strict guidelines set down by the Soil Association and are never sprayed. Our roses are all English varieties and rated as strong to very strong perfume which means that they contain all the essential oils and perfume to make them perfect for culinary use. We have also had numerous varieties tested in an organic laboratory to assess which produce the best ‘rose’ flavour. This is why we have been chosen to supply several companies with organic rose petals for using as varied as making rose water, jam, rose chocolates and for floral tea. We also supply some of the country’s best wedding cake makers with edible flowers and petals to decorate wedding cakes.

    Buy your fresh edible rose petals from us to explore all sorts of recipes. We have exciting ideas on our blog listed to the left. We also have some wonderful suggestions for rose recipes both by ourselves and other talented chefs on our specialist Rose Pinterest board.

    Our rose petals are also stunning crystallised or how about a rose petal salad? Either make yourself with our petals or buy here.  A best seller here at Maddocks particularly for Weddings and Christenings

    Minumum weight – 80grms. You can request specific colours under customer notes when you order. Fresh Edible Rose Petals. Maddocks Farm Organics Rose Petal Wedding Salad

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  • Buy snapdragons. Edible flower snapped onto a cocktail glass from http://maddocksfarmorganics.co.uk
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    Buy Snapdragon Flowers

    Buy Snapdragon Flowers. 40 to a box. Mixed colours unless requested.

    Snapdragons are like marmite in the edible flower world. You either love them or hate them. I am definitely in the ‘love’ camp for a variety of reasons.

    Firstly their ability to snap and hold themselves onto cocktail glasses makes them a big hit with the cocktail set. You can buy snapdragon flowers to decorate cocktail glasses at weddings or for hen nights… or should that be the other way around!

    Secondly, snapdragons come in a range of bright colours, as both single and doubles, and flower all summer long. They are beloved by the bumble bees which stand on the front of the flowers and snap them open before disappearing completely inside to find the pollen. I frequently pick them to suddenly find the flowers buzz!

    Snapdragons have quite a bitter flavour reminiscent of chicory which makes them lovely in salads and on the canapés. Using a piping bag they can be stuffed with cream cheese or guacamole for really pretty hors d’oeuvres.

    Lastly they are very robust which makes them a good choice for garnishing buffets or cakes which are going to be ‘standing’ around in warm surroundings such as marquees. They will hold without wilting for several hours.

     

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  • Buy snapdragons. Edible flower snapped onto a cocktail glass from http://maddocksfarmorganics.co.uk
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    Buy Snapdragon Flowers

    Buy Snapdragon Flowers. 40 to a box. Mixed colours unless requested.

    Snapdragons are like marmite in the edible flower world. You either love them or hate them. I am definitely in the ‘love’ camp for a variety of reasons.

    Firstly their ability to snap and hold themselves onto cocktail glasses makes them a big hit with the cocktail set. You can buy snapdragon flowers to decorate cocktail glasses at weddings or for hen nights… or should that be the other way around!

    Secondly, snapdragons come in a range of bright colours, as both single and doubles, and flower all summer long. They are beloved by the bumble bees which stand on the front of the flowers and snap them open before disappearing completely inside to find the pollen. I frequently pick them to suddenly find the flowers buzz!

    Snapdragons have quite a bitter flavour reminiscent of chicory which makes them lovely in salads and on the canapés. Using a piping bag they can be stuffed with cream cheese or guacamole for really pretty hors d’oeuvres.

    Lastly they are very robust which makes them a good choice for garnishing buffets or cakes which are going to be ‘standing’ around in warm surroundings such as marquees. They will hold without wilting for several hours.

     

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    Buy Tagetes Flowers

    (100 + Tagetes flowers per box)

    Tagetes flowers are stunning little stars of yellow, orange and red. They have a citrus – almost Seville marmalade flavour -a bit like kumquats. Both the flowers and leaves are edible which means that they can be displayed as little sprigs. Tagetes also hold very well (see the flowerpot muffins below) so are great for cakes and for floating either as individual flowers or as sprigs in cocktails.

    Their sweet/tart flavour means that they work brilliantly with both sweet and savoury dishes. Think duck or game; fruit salads; trifles….. you name it. The yellow are a little more lemony in flavour so work well with fish as well.

    We pick in mixed colours but can just picked just yellow, orange or red as you wish. Just specify when you order. 

    If you’d like your Tagetes as sprigs then do let us know but please be aware that we can only get 40 sprigs to the box.

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