The quick and convenient step by step guide to growing your Large Leaf Sorrel Seeds!
Sorrel is a hardy perennial that produces some of the earliest greens in the spring! Slightly tangy, the lemon flavor adds zest to salads and is especially good with fish. The leaves grow up to 8" long and can also be cooked like spinach or used in soups.
How to Large Leaf Sorrel Seeds!
# 1 | Start your seeds indoors about 3 weeks before the last frost in your area.
#2 | Plant your seeds about a quarter inch deep into the soil and keep the soil moist.
#3 | Seeds should germinate in about 21 days.
#4 | Once you have strong seedlings, transplant them outside in in rich, well draining soil and full sun or partial shade after the last chance of frost, placing them 12-15" apart in rows 18" apart.
#5 | Keep the soil rich and moist for the best tasting leaves; a layer of mulch may help keep the soil cool, control weeds, and slow bolting.