Red Sorrel Seedlings
Red Sorrel Seedlings
Red Sorrel Seedlings
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Red Sorrel Seedlings

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We suggest regularly picking the outer leaves to maximize each plant's productivity and promote ongoing growth. Thriving in winter, this leafy green, packed with iron, adds a wonderfully nutritious touch to hearty winter dishes. It's ideal for vibrant salads and microgreens when young, reminiscent of spinach.

As it matures, it develops robustness and a subtle hint of bitterness. Whether enjoyed fresh in salads or briefly blanched in boiling water, this English variety offers a delightful culinary experience. Anticipate a peak harvest in just 55 days.

🌱 SEEDLING HEIGHT | 8cm-20cm including the root system

📏 SPACING | Rows: 30cm apart  Plants: 10cm-15cm apart 

🥗 HARVEST |  8-10 weeks, depending on location & weather conditions

🌡️ CONDITIONS Partial to full sun, well-drained soil rich in organic matter. Regular watering especially during dry/hot weather to avoid bolting

Sorrel leaves and spinach leaves are two distinct greens with notable differences in flavor, appearance, and nutritional content.

Sorrel Leaves:

  1. Flavor: Sorrel has a tangy, slightly sour taste, often described as lemony or citrusy. This unique flavor adds brightness to dishes.
  2. Appearance: Sorrel leaves are usually bright green, and some varieties may have red veins. They are generally arrow-shaped or have a distinctive elongated form.
  3. Nutritional Content: Sorrel is rich in vitamins A and C, iron, and potassium. It is known for its potential antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.

Spinach Leaves:

  1. Flavor: Spinach has a milder, more neutral taste compared to sorrel. It is versatile and pairs well with various ingredients.
  2. Appearance: Spinach leaves are typically dark green and have a broad, rounded shape with a smoother texture compared to sorrel.
  3. Nutritional Content: Spinach is an excellent source of vitamins A and K, as well as folate, iron, and calcium. It is known for promoting heart health and supporting bone health.


  • Sorrel: Best enjoyed in smaller quantities due to its intense flavor. It can be used in salads, soups, or cooked as a side dish.
  • Spinach: Versatile and can be used in various dishes, including salads, smoothies, omelets, and cooked dishes. It is often used as a milder alternative to other greens.

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