Description SORREL BLOOD-VEINEDPerennial, one of the earliest leafy vegetables, but this variety is often grown as an annual. Leaves are very decorative – oval with red veins – suitable not only for food, but also decoration of flower bed or bed of spices. Young leaves, which grow in 30–40 days after germination, are edible. Overgrown leaves are tough. Suitable for...
Description Perennial, frost and drought resistant leaf vegetable not demanding in terms of soil. Period from germination to first harvest: 45-50 days. Can be grown in the shade. Grows best at a temperature of + 13-18 °C. The highest yield can be expected in the second and third year of growing. Young leaves are consumed for food.
Description One of the earliest, perrenial leafy vegetable. Harvested in 45–50 days after seeds germination. Sorrel not demanding to soil, but like moist, slightly acidic, humus - rich sandy loam soil. Can grow in the shade. Grow best in the temperature of +13–18 °C. The highest harvest expected in the second and third year of growing. Can grow for 3-4 years in the...
Description A perrenial, one of the earliest leafy vegetables. It takes 45–50 days after seeds germination to the first harvest. Can grow in any type of soil. Can grow in the shade. Sown in early spring or in the second half of summer.
Description Perennial, drought-resistant, winter-hardy plants. The first leaves appear early in the spring, once the snow melts, and are much larger compared to the common sorrel. The plants grow up to 0,8–1,5 m tall. Consumed young leaves of plants. They have a high nutritional value, contain a lot of vitamins and minerals, and they contain little oxalic acid....
Description Perennial plants, not demanding in terms of soil, drought-resistant, withstanding winter conditions well. The first leaves appear in early spring as soon as the snow melts and are much larger than those of usual sorrel. The plants grow up to 0.8 m in height. Young leaves are used for food. Suitable for salads, soups, fillings, can be frozen, canned,...