Edible Bouquet

Edible Bouquet TretgothnanThis amazing edible bouquet is visually stunning, fragrantly refreshing and can be incorporated into any meal. A wonderful centrepiece for dinner parties that the chef can then boast is in the dinner.

It’s slightly crazy but fun to eat your bouquet or just to pick bits from it in the kitchen or dining table. The perfect bouquet for the cook who has everything! This unique posy contains exciting and unusual edibles and herbs grown on the estate. If you haven’t eaten the bouquet while it’s fresh then why not dry it and pick bits off in the kitchen as you need them.

Includes: Pepperleaf , Sage, Bay, Rosemary, Edible Flowers (contents subject to change due to availability)

Makes a beautiful table decoration and can then be hung in a kitchen and dried giving you a unique, natural source of herbs to enhance your cooking.

All Tregothnan bouquets are created using only English flowers & foliage sourced from Tregothnan estate in Cornwall or local growers with attention to sustainability and flower miles and ‘warmed only by the sun’.

About Tregothnan

Voted amongst the 50 Best UK Florists by the Independent, Tregothnan is a working estate since 1335 where traditional skills and craftsmanship still survive and thrive. The horticultural skills gleaned from generations of gardeners inspires this range of seasonal British flower bouquets. All bouquets are made with flowers either grown on the estate in Cornwall or sourced from local growers many of them who are tenants on Tregothnan land.

Tregothnan is committed to sustainability, minimal flower miles and the seasonality that comes from offering English flowers.


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