Although you may be tempted to pop one of these in your mouth, they're not in fact chocolate at all and should actually be planted in the garden. Called Garden Bon Bons, they're produced by Moultonology.com and come in a number of styles. Although they look just like powered truffles once planted the bon bons will sprout to reveal a whole range of herbs and teas.
They sell Italian herb packs, basil packs and even a bon bon pack containing edible flowers - a great gift idea for any friends who enjoy their time in the garden.
It's pumpkin season again, but how can you elevate your pumpkin cooking skills this year? Kiki Aranita has some simple but delicious suggestions for everybody's favourite winter squash, including step-by-step recipes. Take a look.