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This hardy perennial herb is easy to grow and adds leafy texture and a tart flavour to a mixed leaf salad. Young sorrel leaves are used extensively in French cuisine, being particularly flavoursome in fish dishes, soups, stews and sauces. Height and spread: 30cm (12). More InfoBuy Now
Crimson veins stand out from the bright green foliage of Sorrel 'Blood Veined'. The attractive leaves add a sharp, tangy flavour to mixed salads. Widely used in French cuisine, young sorrel leaves are also particularly flavoursome in fish dishes, soups, stews and sauces. Grow… More InfoBuy Now
…shoots to develop through summer and by August, the young leaves will make an excellent alternative to spinach. Try Good King Henry leaves mixed with sorrel and chard leaves for their contrasting flavours - you can even eat the tender flower buds. This useful herb can also… More InfoBuy Now
…sown in beds and borders to create a little corner of English countryside in your own back garden. This mix comprises of: Birdsfoot Trefoil, Red Campion, White Campion, Chicory, Red Clover, White Clover, Knapweed, Ox Eye, Ragged Robin, Wild Clary, Field Scabious, Teasel, Self Heal,… More InfoBuy Now
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