Plantain, Buck's Horn (Organic)

Plantago coronopus. Perennial.

Tender crispness with a wonderful nutty flavor and succulent texture. A traditional European green, it survives the harshest winter weather here in Oregon. Plants are perennial and re-grow after cutting. A cultivated species related to the common edible garden weed. Narrow, strappy leaves have some antler-like forking, referenced in one of its common names. Collected by The Seed Ambassadors Project from an Italian seed company. Aka, Minutina, Herba/Erba Stella, Staghorn.

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    so far so great


    Where did you grow this variety? Oregon

    It’s my first year growing this lovely plantain. I didn’t get around to tasting it until it starting bolting, but nonetheless, it tastes great and impresses all with it’s not-unlike-a-fine-green tea, slightly seavegetative salty refreshing flavor.

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