Large French Sorrel Herb Seeds

Large French Sorrel

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Grows up to 60cm tall! Rich in Vitamin A and C, also contains Vitamin B-6, Magnesium and Iron.

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Description

Large French Sorrel Herb Seeds

Very rich in Vitamin A and C, also contains Vitamin B-6, Magnesium and Iron. A cross between a vegetable and a herb. It is a perennial plant and the lance shaped leaves appear very early in the spring.

Common Questions

How do you grow French Sorrel from seed? Sow your French Sorrel 2 weeks before the last frost of the spring. Plant the seeds 1/2 inch deep with 3 inches of spacing between each seed. Germination will take up to 6 weeks and need full sun to thrive.

How often should you water French Sorrel? French Sorrel is easy to grow and doesn't require a lot of attention to reach harvest. Your herbs will need to be receiving at last 1 inch of water a week and weeds should be cleared from the soilbed.

How do you know when Sorrel is ready to be harvested? Sorrel can be harvested from late spring to autumn with careful management. You shouldn't be harvesting all the leaves at once and can cut outer leaves and the plant will continue to produce new without problems. French Sorrel is ready to begin harvesting when the plant is 6 inches tall.

Large French Sorrel Details

Sun
Partial
Germination Time
30 - 45 Days
Sowing Method
Start in Pots / Trays
Grow in Greenhouse
Optional for Overwinter Crop
Packet Seed Count
500
Recommended Soil pH
5.6-6.6
Small Space Growing
Yes
Kitchen Garden / Windowsill
No
 

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