New Products

At Flowerdale Farm we are continually striving to develop new products and improve consumer experience with our product range. We love creating exciting new food ideas to bring your meals to life. Our latest developments include a range of unique Australian native products and Edible Roots.

Petite Bok Choy

Petite Bok Choy

Bok Choy is a Chinese cabbage variety belonging to the Brassica rapa family. It is also known as pak choi, bok choi, pak choy, Chinese chard, Chinese mustard, celery mustard and spoon cabbage.

 

Petite Crimson Elk

Petite Crimson Elk

An adaptable and flavoursome leaf with a wide range of applications.

Petite Heirloom Radish

Petite Heirloom Radish

Heirloom Radishes are a combination of coloured radish varieties of the Brassicaceae family. They contribure a wonderful peppery flavour and are an attractive addition to any savoury plate.

Petite Lemon Balm

Petite Lemon Balm

The same compounds found in citrus fruit provide the lemony scent and flavour of this Foliette.  Petite Lemon Balm adds a freshness and zest to sweet and savoury dishes.

Petite Lime Elk

Petite Lime Elk

A member of the family Brassicaceae, the vibrant lime green and decorative shape of this Foliette makes it the perfect complement to any dish.

Petite Purple Shiso

Petite Purple Shiso

Sometimes known as Purple Mint or Japanese Basil, Purple Shiso Foliette is popular throughout Asia for its distinct spicy flavour.

Petite Red Garnet

Petite Red Garnet

The perfect presentation leaf. Adds vivid colour to dishes and contributes a mild, sweet flavour.

Petite Shungiku

Petite Shungiku

Also known as Edible Chrysanthemum, these aromatic leaves are frequently used in Asian cuisine.

Petite Silverbeet

Petite Silverbeet

Silverbeet is known by many common names including chard, Swiss chard, perpetual spinach, spinach beet, crab beet, bright lights, seakale beet, and mangold.  This petite variety can be enojyed raw or cooked.

Petite Turnip

Petite Turnip

Turnips are too often overlooked, but this beautiful petite variety will have you coming back for more! They are delicious raw or cooked and have a succulent crunch.

Samphire

Samphire

Samphires are edible succulents that grow in coastal areas of Australia. Their slim, noded stems have a slight resemblance to asparagus, but they deliver a salty, spicy taste.

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