Vgr 3760 sorrel web
Days To Maturity : 60
Germination Days : 7-14
Planting Depth : 1/8
Seed Code : C
Seeds Per Packet : 200
Spacing : 6
When To Plant : Summer
When To Plant : Early spring
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French Sorrel Greens VGR-3760



Perennial in all zones.

Likes partial shade and any soil.

Leaves appear in very early spring from the perennial rootstocks.

Large leaves have a lemony tang that is great in salad, herb butter, soup and seafood sauces. Keep picked for longer production, and cut off any flower stalks BOTANICAL NAME: Rumex acetosa


Start seeds in flats or in the Spring. Transplant 6" apart into an area with an average to rich, moist soil and partial shade. This is a perennial plant, so pick a spot that will not need to be disturbed. Start cutting leaves when the plant is mature. Cut off flowering spikes or leaf growth will cease. Sorrel is easily grown in any soil that is not alkaline. Divide the plants every 3-4 years. Pick leaves regularly for best quality-small for best flavor. GROW BIOINTENSIVE® CULTURAL INFORMATION: Perennial/C, W/Spacing 6" ADDITIONAL INFORMATION :Tolerates winter cold , perennial

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Lemony Goodness
on 05/06/17 by Robert Theriault in Middle Georgia

I planted this with my perpetual spinach .When it finally came up I thought they were the same thing.I was surprised to taste all that lemon flavor in a little green.Thank you B.G. I had almost 100% germination.

Fr. Sorrel Germination
on 01/19/16 by Anthony in southwest KS

Received these seeds among several others from Bountiful Gardens in January. Have had great success germinating all of them. This sorrel had very close to 100 percent germ. starting under growlights at about 70F.

Have done great in Alabama raised bed
on 11/18/14 by Mary McCroan in AL

I planted French Sorrel a year ago last spring. I let it grow without any harvest the first season. Then it survived an almost record cold winter --9 degrees was our coldest temp--and flourished all spring, summer and fall of 2014. Ive had no bug problems, it has handled the hot and humid Alabama summer in a full sun location. I have learned that French Sorrel soup is delicious!