Home > Growing > Floral Teas Seed Selection

Floral Teas Seed Selection

Select a size
Select a colour

 In Stock
 Next working day delivery

Customer reviews
Sorry, no reviews available at the moment.

A Deluxe Collection of 3 seed packets to help you make your own floral teas. Traditional, warm, healing, at hand. 

A kit of three seed packets to help you make your own floral teas. Beautiful, fresh, unexpected, at hand. Growing tips and recipes inside. Happy planting. 


  • 1 x Roman Chamomile
  • 1 x Panorama Mix Monarda (Bee Balm)
  • 1 x Zebrina Mallow


Roman Chamomile

Sowing: Indoor: not required, outdoor: April-June, September-October

Timing: Germination 10-15 days, harvesting 40-60 days

Spacing: When sowing 3-5cm, when thinning 10-15cm

Growing: Full sun to partial shade, regular watering allow to dry out, well drained light and moist soil

Feeding:  Addition of fertilizer is not necessary

Caring: Roman Chamomile is resistant to drought and can survive for some time without water. This makes it a plant that has good ground cover if kept short. 

Supporting: Attracts bees and butterflies

Pests: No significant pest

Helping: Promotes the health of nearby plants 

Harvesting: Pick the flowers when in full bloom, early in the morning. Dry in a warm, dry, well-ventilated area, turn and shake regularly until flowers dry

Medicinal: Chamomile tea has so many health virtues, making it an ideal family remedy

Eating: It is commonly known that chamomile is used to make herbal tea, yet its flowers are also edible. Its flavour lends a natural, gentle sweetness and pleasant floral notes to any dessert


Panorama Mix Monarda (Bee Balm)

Sowing: Indoor: February-March, outdoor: April-June

Timing: Germination 10-20 days, harvesting 50-70 days

Spacing: when sowing 3-5cm, when transplanting 10-15cm

Growing: Full sun to partial shade, regular not overdone, well drained light soil

Feeding: Light feeder

Caring: To keep bee balm plants vigorous, divide them every two or three years. This is also a great oppotunity to propagate plants

Supporting: Attracts bees, butterflies and birds

Pests: May be attacked by slugs

Harvesting: Harvest mid-morning by clipping the base of the stalk. Then, gather by the stems and hang to dry. Or spread the leaves and petals on a screen to dry naturally

Medicinal: It has a long history of use as a medicinal plant by many Native American peoples

Eating: Mondara tea can be made from both fresh and dried leaves. As a tea, the flavour is a mix of citrus and mint. As a herb, it has a pungent flavour that is a mix of sage and oregano and compliments roasted meats 


Zebrina Mallow

Sowing: Indoor: not required, outdoor: April-June

Timing: Germination 15-20 days, harvesting 30-60 days

Spacing: When sowing 3-5cm, when thinning 10-15cm

Growing: Full sun to watering, regular watering, not overdone, well drained poor and moist soil 

Feeding: No fertiliser or compost necessary

Caring: Mallow will reseed itself throughout the growing season and can become a little invasive. To control it, deadhead the spent blooms before they can go to seed

Supporting: Attracts bees and butterflies

Pests: No significant pest

Harvesting: Harvest the leaves in spring, flowers from late spring and seed pods from early summer. The seed pods are shaped like a polo mint and are known as 'cheeses'

Medicinal: Due to its high mucilage content, mallow soothes inflammation

Eating: Th seeds taste like young hazelnuts and can easily be included in green salads along with the leaves and flowers. Mallow leaves can be used in many dishes including soups, such as Israeli Khubez