Dragon Cress - Lepidium spp
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Has anyone grown this? In my search for herbs for cut flowers I've stumbled on this one.... but I can't find seed for it? 
On writing this ... I haven't looked in Jekkas herbs. So off to look!
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https://www.artemisflowerfarm.com/blog/s...cress-seed

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(24-07-2022, 11:06 AM)Scarlet Wrote: Has anyone grown this? In my search for herbs for cut flowers I've stumbled on this one.... but I can't find seed for it? 
On writing this ... I haven't looked in Jekkas herbs. So off to look!
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I’ve grown Lepidium sativum (ordinary curly garden cress) in the past for foliage. That’s pretty good too.
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(24-07-2022, 11:33 AM)Veggie Wrote: https://www.artemisflowerfarm.com/blog/s...cress-seed

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I have.... often someone else looks and they find something different so I thought I'd ask.
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(24-07-2022, 01:08 PM)Farendwoman Wrote: I’ve grown Lepidium sativum (ordinary curly garden cress) in the past for foliage. That’s pretty good too.
I tried that...and I will give it another go. I didn't grow enough. Definitely lacking in foliage. I enjoy picking the flowers that are all together but find if it's spread all over the garden I either forget about or don't go over there so for next year I would like to get a whole long bed of greenery. That dragon cress seems to be very popular.
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