PICKLING PLUME CSB(A)

$4.80
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(Lactuca sativa)  A medieval pickling lettuce with a succulent flower stem which is similar to asparagus in flavour and appearance.  Named as its pointed leaves are in the shape of a plume.  The flower stalk is traditionally harvested just before the flowers form and is then pickled in a brine (salt and water) solution.  120 seeds

(Lettuce07413)

SKU Lettuce07413
Shipping Weight 0.0010kg

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