Claytonia Winter Purslane
A really nutritious and tasty winter salad leaf that’s high in vitamin C
This tastes similar to baby leaf spinach and grows amazingly well over the winter. You should be able to start cutting leaves off just a few weeks after planting and you can keep harvesting right through until spring when it starts to flower.
Number of plants: 10
Variety: Claytonia (organic*)
Can be grown in: Pots and containers, grow bags, raised beds.
In the kitchen: A fabulous addition to winter salads, or it can also be lightly boiled or steamed, much like spinach.
Ready to harvest: November to March
Delivery: These plants can be delivered from late August until mid/late October.
*Transplants suitable for organic growing.