This plant is not suitable to bare- root - nursery sale only!
This is a new craze with chefs. It grows to a sizeable plant - there's one in Sydney botanic garden.
- Perennial to 0.3 m, can grow in poor sandy or gravely soils, neutral to alkaline
- Leaves eaten raw or cooked, tastes a bit like fennel
- High Vitamin C and mineral content
- Reputation for helping with weight loss.