Sorrel or Bloodwort Bloody Dock (Rumex sang.)

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Perennial. Wonderful salad herb and spinach substitute. Has finer leaves than Common Sorrel. Excellent eaten raw as a salad. Can be prepared with hardly any vinegar or lemon juice as the leaves themselves are somewhat sour in taste. Also goes well in soups, sauces, and as spinach. Harvest as many young leaves as possible. Constantly remove the floral stalks to keep the leaves young. Common Sorrel already germinates at low temperatures. Grows best in the semi-shade. Beautiful ornamental leaves.
Sorrel or Bloodwort Bloody Dock (Rumex sang.)
Perennial. Wonderful salad herb and spinach substitute. Has finer leaves than Common Sorrel. Excellent eaten raw as a salad. Can be prepared with hardly any vinegar or lemon juice as the leaves themselves are somewhat sour in taste. Also goes well in soups, sauces, and as spinach. Harvest as many young leaves as possible. Constantly remove the floral stalks to keep the leaves young. Common Sorrel already germinates at low temperatures. Grows best in the semi-shade. Beautiful ornamental leaves.
Additional Information
Type of plant: Vegetables
Blooming in: July, August, September, October
Planting / Sowing: May, June
Planting month under glass March
Product type: Vegetable Garden, seeds
Pieces/packaging 600
In stock from 01/01 - 31/12
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