Why not compliment your edible flowers with a tailor made box of lovely leaves? Want sweet cicely and fennel, no problem. Or how about all the purples: chocolate mint and red orach. Just add your perfect mix in the 'Add Notes' section at check out.
And here's a flavour reference:
Scented leaf geranium - grown for their beautifully rose fragranced leaves.
Lemon verbena - lemony with a hint of ginger. Wonderful for making herbal tea. Adds a lovely lemon flavour to marinades, dressings and desserts.
Nasturtium - with wonderful and unusual round leaves, this relative of watercress has a distinct peppery flavour. Perfect for savoury dishes. Makes amazing pesto. And it's really good for you being full of Vitamin C!
Pineapple sage - crush these leaves to release a delicious pineapple aroma.
Mint - a must have for many desserts and drinks. Works really well with green vegetables. And makes a fantastic herb sugar to sprinkle over fruit.
Chocolate mint - the most delightful leaf...chocolatey and minty all in one! Can you imagine a mojito made with this?!! Heavenly with ice cream and makes a fantastically fresh tea.
Lovage - delicate, celery like leaves with a strong aroma and flavour.
Lavender - intensly aromatic leaves. Great for adding a green/grey element alongside edible flowers on cakes. Also great to infuse in oil.
Lemon balm - lovely and lemony! Infuse these leaves in oil or vinegar. Use to make a delicious syrup or chop over fruit.
Blackcurrent sage - delicious and fruity, these leaves have a wonderful blackcurrent aroma and are great in drinks, desserts and jellies.
Fennel - these beautiful, wispy fronds have a lovely, sweet anise flavour.
Borage - add young leaves to salads.
Sweet cicely - a firm favourite with cake makers. These beautiful, ferny leaves can be dissected into smaller parts to use on cakes.
Red orach - wonderfully deep coloured leaves, a bit like spinach, but with a hint of fennel.
Rosemary - great for infusing in vinegars and oils. A lovely leaf to add to cheese wedding cakes.
Available April/May - October.