Wild Edibles #1 Wood Sorrel
Disclaimer: Some wild plants are not only edible but delicious. Other wild plants will kill you if you eat them. Be absolutely certain what a plant is before you eat it. There is a short video at the bottom to help you identify wood sorrel. Wood Sorrel also known as sourgrass has been eaten by Native Americans for hundreds if not thousands of years. Wood sorrel can be used for culinary as well as medicinal applications Identification Wood sorrel is characterized by heart shaped leaves…
All About Growing Sorrel - Organic Gardening - MOTHER EARTH NEWS
Growing sorrel yields great benefits: zingy, lemony greens that come back year after year. Learn about the types of sorrel and how to grow this perennial herb.
Creamy Sorrel Soup Recipe on Food52
This soup is built for comfort. In all honesty it is nothing more then creamy vegetable soup with rice but when you add the sorrel something sublime happens and you end up with a soup that is extraordinary.
How to Grow Sorrel
Sorrel is a lettuce-like plant with arrow-shaped leaves. It has a fresh, lemony taste that complements salads and can be made into a creamy soup. Once established in your garden, sorrel is a hardy plant that requires little care apart from...
Sorrel leaves are rich in vitamin C. They are also a good source of vital minerals such as potassium, magnesium, sodium, iron, and calcium. Sorrel can effectively treat urinary tract problems and kidney infections. Some studies confirm that sorrel leafs can kill certain types of cancer cells. Sorrel can successfully grow in shady places. It is excellent addition to salads, soups and sauces.
The Vegetable Garden
A potato tower and the first planted potatoes The sprouted beets and the radish markers The parsnips pushing up The future tomato crop Pole placement Pole pounding - tough and noisy Rows ready for anchor twine I planted three each of my fourteen varieties. Here is the finished planting with some repeats and our favorites in the last row. Time to cover peas with soil to keep their roots cool The compost bin is filling with leafy garden refuse. A very busy week. Many planted seeds are…
Perennial Herbs - Growing Sorrel and Lovage in Your Herb Garden
Low maintenance, high flavor. How irresistible is that? Two perennial herbs that I wouldn't be without are lovage and sorrel. They come up every year, survive on little attention, and are among the first plants to provide fresh green leaves in spring.