What is French sorrel? Having a long history of use, this perennial herb can be used fresh or for cooking, lending citrus-like flavor to many dishes. If you think the French sorrel herb plant could be what you need to complete your kitchen garden, click here for more information.
Have you ever heard of the plant with the name bloody dock (also known as red veined sorrel)? What is red veined sorrel? If you’re interested in learning more or even growing red veined sorrel in your garden bed, click on the following article.
Sorrel is an interesting herb that can be considered a vegetable or leafy green. One issue you may face growing sorrel is that of pests. If you would like to know about the typical pests of sorrel and how to manage them, click the following article.
Sorrel is a perennial herb. It can be grown for its woodland blossoms or specifically for use in recipes. If you want to add something new to your garden, click on the following article for sorrel variety information and growing tips.
Sorrel is a lesser used herb that at one time was a tremendously popular cooking ingredient. It is once again finding its place amongst foodies, and with good reason. Interested in cooking with sorrel? Click here to learn how to prepare sorrel herb plants.
Yummy sorrel is an easy leafy green to grow. It is so easy you can even grow sorrel in a container. The lemony, tart leaves will be easy to access in a pot just outside the door, providing variety in the salad bowl and plenty of nutrients. Click here to learn more.
Do you need to split sorrel? Large clumps can weaken and become less attractive in time, but dividing garden sorrel every so often in spring or early summer can revive and rejuvenate a tired plant. Learn more about sorrel plant division in this article.
The sorrel herb is a tangy, lemony flavored plant. The herb is widely used in French cuisine but not as well known in the U.S. Find out more about growing and using this herb in your garden by reading this article.