Heritage Status: New Zealand
Bio-Region of Origin: Southland
Number of Seeds: 100
Description: An ancient wild green that hails from Europe, and is known by many names, and is growing wild in many gardens around the globe now. It is a self seeding winter green that is best eaten raw, the taste is mild and nutty. It grows in cold weather, and will sit all winter in the cold. You will soon agree this is a must have winter salad green.
Planting Instructions: Direct scatter sow onto beds in Autumn and early Spring. Do not cover seed as they need light to germinate.