- Perennial 60cm
- Culinary herb/leaf vegetable
- Zesty lemon flavour
Perennial growing to 60cm with large succulent green leaves growing up to 20cm in length. The leaves have a zesty lemon flavour that is slightly sour; most commonly used as a salad green but also cooked like spinach or in soups, sauces and stews.
How to sow and grow:
|Method:||Sow direct or raise seedlings|
|When:||Spring and autumn|
|Position:||Full or part sun, moist well drained soil|
(Product number: C3-02)
Seeds per gram: 1100 seeds
|Botanical name:||Rumex acetosa|
|Packet type:||Standard seed packet|
|Packet quantity:||210 seeds|
|Quarantine restrictions:||NOT TO WA|
|Seeds per gram:||1100|
Not many seedlings19 November 2019Germination rate isn't great and but the surviving seedlings seems to grow strongly.. After reading other reviews I suspect it's due to the hot spring/summer in Brisbane.
Very useful salad and sandwich greenBy: customer review from 4/12/2015 on 19 March 2016I'm growing sorrel in part (near heavy) shade and it's still producing lots of leaves. Pests don't care for it and it is not bothered by frost. It has a citrusy flavour which adds a nice tangy taste to your salad or sandwich mix. I haven't tried it cooked yet. Definitely deserving of a spot in your garden.
Great germination and healthy plantsBy: customer review from 27/01/2016 on 19 March 2016Planted seeds early spring, germinated quickly. Healthy plant, great to cut leaves for salad mixes. Definitely worth having, does. It take up much room