Salad Burnet

Salad Burnet - Seeds & Bulbs

Salad Burnet
(Poterium sanguisorba)

A hardy perennial, great for novice gardeners and gourmets. Attractive plant looks like rustic maiden hair fern and can be planted in rock gardens, flower beds, and containers. Leaves have a cucumber flavor and are added to salads, cold summer drinks, chopped and mixed with butter for a gourmet spread, and used as a garnish instead of dill with fish. Very easy to grow.

Average Count: 130 Seeds

Plant Type: Perennial
When to Sow Outside: Plant two weeks before average last spring frost. In mild climates, sow in late fall for early spring germination.
When to Sow Inside: Not Necessary.
Seed Depth: 1/8"
Seed Spacing: 2"
Days to Emerge: 8 to 10
Thinning: not necessary

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