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Lepidium sativum
An excellent spring and fall salad green, this rare heirloom was introduced into England from Persia in 1548 hence the name. Unlike common garden cress, this variety features small roundish leaves resembling crabapple leaves, especially before the plant runs to flower. Both the leaves and spicy white flowers are edible. Rich in Vitamin C.  Minimum 40 seeds.

Persian Broadleaf Cress

SKU: MU006
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