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.5 Gram Packet: approx seed count=450
The Large Leaf Sorrel is a leafy herb that is great in soups, salads, or baking. The plant can grow up to 2 feet tall. Sorrel has a lemon-like taste and high vitamin C content. A great leaf for adding zing to a salad or dish.
Planting instructions:Plant Large Leaf Sorrel seeds very early in the spring in a sunny location as soon as the ground may be cultivated and enriched with organic material. Press soil firmly over seeds. Sow seeds sparingly and repeat every two weeks as long as the weather is cool (Spring/Fall)
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Care:Keep free of weeds and regularly water lightly. Protect from insects. Plant in mid-late summer for a second crop.
Harvesting: Cut Large Leaf Sorrel leaves (plant top) off about 1-2" above the base when plant has grown. Plant will regrow leaves for repeat harvests
Nutritional Value: A good source of Chlorophyl, Iron, and Vitamin: C.
Collecting Seed: Allow several Large Leaf Sorrel plants to produce flower seed stalks. Cut the mature sorrel plants and dry them so that the seed will come off by rubbing them in the palm of your hand. Separate sorrel seed from chaff and store in a cool, dry area.
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