HORSERADISH (3 Root Cuttings)

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***NOT TO TAS, WA***  Heirloom from Eastern Europe.  Perennial plant (annual in cooler areas) growing to 1.5m high, produced for its edible, creamy white roots.  Will die down over winter in cooler areas to shoot again in spring.  Will tolerate damp soil conditions.  Roots may be boiled or baked, & used in meat & vegetable dishes as well as sauces & vinegars adding a rich spiciness.  Young leaves (commonly known as 'horseradish greens', may be harvested & added to salad mixes, or cooked like spinach.  

3 Root Cuttings $7.50
6 Root Cuttings $14.50

(Note:  1 Root Cutting will produce one plant) 

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SKU BULBHORSER-3
Shipping Weight 0.0800kg

Horseradish

By: on 4 October 2016
The root cuttings arrived in excellent condition. They were planted after 2 weeks of storage in the bag in which they arrived. Now 2 months in the ground,(early October) the leaves are about 30cm long. Looking good.
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