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The lip shaped salvia flowers grow a bit like ears of wheat, however the heads are blue-purple to red.
The flowers have a strong aroma. Blue salvia is spicy and red salvia has a flowery accent.
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Jun Salvia available in June
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Sept Salvia available in September
Oct Salvia available in October
Nov Salvia available in November
Dec Salvia available in December

Salvia tips

How to use edible flowers?

Do not rinse the flowers, before adding them raw, to a dish or drink. This way the flower will keep its beautiful appearance.
It's advisable to eat the leaves only.


Preparation Tips

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How to store?

Edible flowers are best kept in the fridge.

  • Combine blue salvia with cheese.
  • Add red salvia to desserts and cakes.
  • Beautiful in a glass of champagne.

Origin EAT ME Salvia

Salvia - IsraelIsrael

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