Sorrel, Broad-LeavedRumex acetosa
of the Polygonaceae family grows wild in large parts of the North. It is a perennial, easy to grow, about 30 cm tall, broad-leaved, nourishing and early foliage plant of acidic, slightly lemony taste. The sorrel likes half-shadow and should be harvested continually. The leaves are used fresh in salads and cooked in vegetable-, fish- and meat dishes.
SOWING: Sow directly ourdoors about 1 cm deep and thin out to a mutual space of 20 cm.
SEEDS: 1300 seeds/g, one portion yields 300 seedlings.