Purslane

Purslane

Perennial Winter/Spring crop

With long standing roots that have been developing for many years, Andy's purslane is sure to be packed with nutrients than annual salad crops just can't keep up with!

Suggested uses:

Wash well before use

Eat raw in a salad

Use as a garnish for main meals or soups

Enjoy on an mashed avocado and garlic sourdough sarnie!

 

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