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Primrose and Passion Fruit Pavlova

The primrose season is nearly upon us. Well actually in Devon it already is but the over enthusiastic early offerings are small and battered and not a patch on their March/April successors. I always maintain that I am first and …

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Primrose curd.

I’m the first one to admit that I am first and foremost a gardener and what happens in the kitchen can be a little random and unpredictable to say the least. Therefore, where possible, I rely on those far more …

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Bling or Spring? Primrose Panatonne Pudding

Primrose Panatonne Pudding I invented this pudding for three reasons. Firstly because today heralds the start of Spring and we should not let that go without a bit of a celebration. Secondly and on a practical note, I was given …

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Primrose Curd Muffins

Making Primrose Muffins. These wee muffins are lovely and so simple to make that I, or anybody’s small child, could manage without tantrum or too much supervision. Having said that, they are not conventionally beautiful. The apple based primrose curd …

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Innovations Award nominee at the Soil Association BOOM Awards.

HELP PLEASE! We are thrilled to have been nominated for a Soil Association BOOM Award under the category of Most Innovative Business.  This is a very big deal for a very small company which comprises just myself with some part time help …

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Edible Flowers for Iced Wedding Cakes

Choose edible flowers for your iced wedding cake here.

Iced and semi-iced cakes are perfect for showcasing beautiful edible flowers because the flowers naturally adhere to the icing and allow your creativity to come to the fore. The fashion is now more towards soft butter iced cakes than royal icing but edible flower can still be used on the latter to great effect.

Things to consider. Do you want larger flowers for the cake topper and if so what is the diameter of the top tier of your cake? Do you want smaller flower to sit on the shoulders of the tiers where they meet to create a garland? Do you want a waterfall of flowers to come down the front of the cake? Do you want the symmetry of even sized identical flowers  or a natural organic look? Would you like to include some organic edible foliage as well?

Fill out your requirements below, pin pictures and ask any questions. We pick every box to order so as long as it is season we will happily pick to your specifications. Also read our guide to using fresh flowers on wedding cakes.

Your wedding is the most special day of your life. You want it to be perfect and so do we. Rather than charge you extra for the big day we charge you LESS and offer you 3 boxes of edible flowers to decorate your wedding cake for £37.50 or 5 boxes for £55. This ensures you have enough flowers to covered a multi-tiered wedding cake, the surround and stand and some spare flowers to scatter on the table as well if you wish. We can match the colours with other products such as edible flowers for cocktails, edible flowers for decorating salads and canapés to ensure your floral wedding looks wonderful. We can even match the flowers to your bouquet or the colour to the bridesmaid dresses where the season allows.

Edible flowers for wedding cakes are available from mid March until the middle of October subject to availability. If you wish to order outside of this time then please email Jan at and we can check availability. Winter flowers are much smaller and more dainty than summer flowers and mainly comprise pansies, violas and primulas. You can pre-order your wedding flowers for 2017 and would suggest regarding our FAQs for more information. 

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Edible Flowers List

A list of some of the edible flowers available from Maddocks Farm Organics. Do phone to check as we are constantly adding new varieties. Edible Flowers and petals are a fabulous addition to many dishes. The vibrancy of their colours, …

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