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Red-veined sorrel –the vivid red veining that marks these lush green leaves make this variety highly ornamental, in addition to being edible. If sorrel is allowed to flower and scatter its seeds, you will usually get plenty of young seedlings appearing nearby.
How to grow Sorrel | Love The Garden
Leave the flowers on and your sorrel will soon take over all of your greenhouse beds, becoming more of a weed than a useful plant. Its stalks bear clusters of small reddish-green to brown flowers and the bright-green leaves are long, oblong and spear-shaped.
The flowers are not especially attractive, so this plant is one that can be planted behind or amongst other vigorous crops. So glad for a way to utilize what I used to get upset about finding in my yard and garden thinking it was just a nasty weed.
How to grow Sorrel | RHS Herbs
If the courses are full we do have a waiting list for people who drop out, this happens quite often as people book in advance and then find they can’t attend on the day.Its leaves provide a mildly sour and zesty kick to dishes, adding a pleasant balance of tanginess and freshness. Make sure plants in containers don’t get waterlogged over winter, as the roots may rot – you couldmove them to a sheltered spot, out of heavy rainfall.
How to Grow Sorrel From Seed at Home (2023 Harvest Guide)
As we have already discussed, Sorrel in all its forms has been used to quench thirst and as a digestive. It can be used in so many dishes including potato dishes, used with eggs or mushrooms, and it goes great with fish! This is a natural compound that’s also found in other leafy greens, such as spinach and kale, and is what gives the leaves their signature sourness.Remarkably similar to Wood Sorrel in its look and edibility, instead of white flowers the flowers are pink. The RHS believes that avoiding pests, diseases and weeds by good practice in cultivation methods, cultivar selection, garden hygiene and encouraging or introducing natural enemies, should be the first line of control. Even eaten on its own as a side the leaves cook extremely quickly and need just a few seconds in a hot pan with a little butter, seasoning and a splash of water.