Frequently Asked Questions
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How do I order edible flowers?
1. Go to our SHOP or to the product page you like.
2. Click the "ADD TO CART" button, once for each selection you want.
3. Click "VIEW CART", which will lead to a checkout page, where you can pay by card. We use Paypal, but you do not need a Paypal account to make payment.
When will the edible flowers arrive?
You choose a delivery date when you order. Deliveries are before 12 noon on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday. if you have provided us with a mobile number our courier will send a text message to notify you of your one hour delivery slot.
How much is postage for edible flowers?
Our postage rates are here, on the shop page.
Can I choose which edible flowers I want?
How are edible flowers delivered?
Our fresh produce deliveries are mostly by DPD. We deliver all over the UK, although deliveries to Scottish islands can be affected by the weather, so do allow for this.They are scheduled to arrive before 12 noon, and a signature will be required. Please always use a clear and specific address, including a postcode. .
Can I order edible flowers in advance?
Yes. When you order, you select a date for delivery on a calendar. We would strongly advise booking your order and delivery date in advance as much as possible as we get incredibly busy, especially in the summer months and we would hate anyone to be disappointed.
How many boxes of edible flowers should I order?
With approximately 60 flowers per box, it depends on how you intend to distribute them. If you were to put 3-4 flowers on a cupcake, you could decorate about 15 cupcakes with one box of flowers. For a large tiered wedding cake, you are more likely to need a minimum of 4 boxes, or you may wish to have bigger blooms to create a real showstopper, in which case it is best to choose our big topper selection, along with our regular edible flower selections. For a wedding party with flowers for every dish, 8-10 boxes is standard.
How long will the edible flowers last?
Some edible flowers last longer than others. For example, tagetes can last up to 5 days if they remain in the box, unopened in the fridge. Others, such as borage, will dehydrate more quickly, and need to be used within a day or two of picking. We have designed and developed packaging specially for our flowers, which protect and preserve them for as long as possible, but they are still natural products with idiosyncrasies.
Which days of the week do you supply edible flowers?
Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday are our usual delivery days, March to October. From November to February we only deliver on a Friday.
How quickly can you deliver edible flowers?
Typically our orders are delivered the next day before 12 noon, anywhere in the UK. We can also do next day delivery before 9am, or same-day delivery, although the delivery charge would be higher. Please call us if you require this service.
Can I really eat all these edible flowers?
YES you can eat these flowers. The varieties are selected specially for their edible attributes. Some you can eat whole, such as the nasturtium, others are best when their petals are used separately, for example the calendula.
Do the edible flowers taste good?
Yes, we work hard to grow flowers that have flavour as well as looking great. For example, nasturtium flowers are strong and peppery, pea flowers taste of fresh garden peas, and pineapple sage flower tastes of...pineapple! You can see more information on this on our guide to edible flowers.
Are ALL flowers edible?
NO. The Foxglove for example, is very poisonous. Flowers that have been sprayed with any sort of pesticide or herbicide are toxic, and should not be used near food. Don't use flowers from a florist unless you are certain they have not been sprayed.
Do you grow all your edible flowers?
Yes. We grow all the flowers we sell, sustainably, without the use of sprays or chemicals. We are constantly researching and trialling new varieties and we select and pick them to order.
Are you a big corporation pretending to be a family firm?
NO. We are the genuine article: a small family business, started from scratch, working very hard to produce great stuff in a sustainable way from the country we live in.
For any further questions:Call us - 07708 605 106
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Friends of Greens working unbelievably hard. Yeah. Right.
edible flowers growing in a greens of devon polytunnel - July 2013
One of our lovely visitors, gorging on nectar from the flowers.