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I teamed up with Grow Wild, the UK’s biggest ever wild flower campaign, to encourage you guys to get out there and sow some wild flowers. And if you sow edible ones you can use them to decorate your cakes and bakes!

Head to to sow a seed on their virtual map, for growing tips and more!

You will need:

A layer cake of your choice with enough buttercream to fill and cover it.

Edible wild flowers. Try and get ones that are native to wear you are.
Egg white
Caster sugar



  1. AZUSA says:

    oh my god so pretty

  2. Chidchanok Roongrittikrai says:

    I really like this lovely little flower cake, it's really amazing.

  3. mia2791 says:


  4. kamilito ramiresh says:

    The cake looks so beautiful! 🌿💐

  5. Emili York says:

    this is the most beautiful thing i've ever seen

  6. Tasnim Choudhury says:

    Jemma! U need 2 show us a vid of how 2 make the 4 layer vanilla cake…. THAT IS A MUST.

    Plz XOXOX

  7. KVARC E says:

    this has to be the prettiest cake i've ever seen, i want this for my wedding cake lol

  8. Eileen Collins says:

    call me crazy but I've never heard of real edible flowers, haven't heard it here in US, maybe is just me! I love it!!! next project!

  9. Hella Green says:


  10. brenda palencia says:

    Wow! I love this! So creative

  11. Hea4245 says:

    i think this is beautiful!

  12. Valentina Nayaraa says:

    alguien que hable español y me pueda explicar bien, por favor:(

  13. Somin Oh says:

    Oh my gosh, this is a beautiful, gorgeous and elegant piece of art! 🙂 And can sweet cicely be superseded by another hurb like mint? I think it would be almost impossible for me to find some here. Have a nice day! Thank you! 😀

  14. Somin Oh says:

    Calendula petals look like mini carrots XD

  15. psrkikola says:

    Should I be worried about the uncooked egg whites? It makes me nervous when any part of an egg is uncooked…

  16. Michelle Lindholm says:

    I really, really, really love this cake! It's very pretty, & definitely something I want to try. I love the mixing of the dried petals into the buttercream, & then the pasting of more dried leaves & petals around the cake, & the delicate arrangement of the crystalized flowers on the top.

  17. The Ralphies says:

    So close to 1M Subs!! 👍👍😊😊

  18. Helcolina Plasticine says:

    is there any other way to preserve flowers n make them into sweets? My girlfriend loves violas and I really wanna make some, but she's allergic to eggs :/

  19. FelesAdamantis says:

    Could someone tell me the name of the leaves that she uses at 5:32 please? Unfortunately I can't understand their name (English is not my first language) but they are so nice! They look like small fern 🙂

  20. Zahra Jafari says:

    wow looks fantastic 😍

  21. ya yoi says:

    love it

  22. Nicole Burris says:

    What's the sugar you used, Please??

  23. Margery Cummings says:

    gorgeous cake :-). are all the petals and leaves dried or just freshly picked?

  24. ROBUSTA *** says:

    hello. can i use blue ternate flowers they are edible right?? please reply.

  25. David Hensley says:

    We like your flower cake!

  26. Maria Gonzales says:


  27. bibi070 says:

    That cake is so beautiful

  28. eliemai12 says:

    This was so relaxing to watch.

  29. tai lai says:

    I learned a lot from you

  30. Egianti Riantika says:

    Jemma, can I use sucralose, stevia or erythritol as sugar subtitute?
    (for all that need sugar in this recipe)

  31. Osiris Miself says:

    Beautiful! I'm inspired 🙂 just made my first crystallised wild violets yesterday. Someone suggested fingertips instead of paintbrush and that worked quite well. Also I used a coffee grinder to make fine sugar from granulated; can't find caster sugar in USA.
    Could I persuade you to ditch use of "guys"? Not sure what happened, we got rid of "men" as th generic group name for people, now we have "guys", but worse still it is applied to animals and insects now too! So everything's in the masculine :(. For groups of people I use "folks" for animals and insects I just make do without.  
    I'm a female IT tech, all the men are called IT guys, but funnily enough it's never applied to me! proof enough that "guy" is a male gender specific word.

  32. Emma & Maisie Vids says:

    Your AMAZING

  33. Galina Turagina says:

    Hello, Jemma. Thank you for video! It is amazing! Can I use part of your video for my video about flowers in the cakes (of cource, with a link to your account)?

  34. j says:

    Inspiring! I have pansies, those thing are getting it!

  35. Claudine.J says:

    Hi! I really love your cake. Today I'm going to attempt this whole process haha! I have a question can I use no-dry petal whe I mix it with the buttercream?
    Thank you

  36. Andie Nugent says:

    My favorite one so far! So beautiful!

  37. Karen Pierina Del Aguila Cordova says:

    O M G AMAZING!!!

  38. takeflight says:

    Question, can you do with cream cheese icing as easily? Thinking carrot cake

  39. vie vie says:

    Cute, nice decoration cake lovely 😊😍thx for sharing make this decoration cake💝

  40. Yu wai Khaing says:

    How to make vanilla cake ???🙂🙂

  41. Jo-Anne Prentice says:

    The finished cake reminds me of birch bark. So natural and lovely.

  42. Romain Risso says:

    You're not only a baking goddess but I love your views on ecology! It's very important to share 🙂

  43. olivia rote says:

    Jemma where did you buy your edible flowers from please

  44. twoawesomedogs says:

    it's beautiful!

  45. Sónia Silva says:

    Adorable cake.

  46. Nicharas Tharaphongwarut says:

    You're really give a true-colour of it.

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