I am looking to grow some horseradish in containers (to control it)
but cant find anybody selling seeds or plants. Can anybodt suggest
I understand that the leaves are poisonouos. Can they be used in the
Buy some fresh horseradish roots from the store.
Make sure the tops are alive.
Off you go....... ;-)
Cabbage worms killed my last batch tho'.
When I put in a pond, I want to try growing real Wasabi.
"My mother never saw the irony in calling me a son-of-a-bitch." -Jack Nicholson
I dont know where you are in the UK, but in S&E England it has become
nighmare of a weed. It rarely produces seed, but it propogates itsel
from the smallest amount of root. It has been spead by land cultivatio
and earthmoving projects, and apears to have no significant pests
Planting it in a container is a really good idea. The plant grows lik
a dockleave with thicker and more crinkly leaves. It is very common bu
it blends into the landscape. If your intention is to make horseradis
sauce then be careful. Grating the roots will make your eyes sting ver
The first time I grated my homegrown, I used a blender. A little
vinegar, a little sugar, a lot of root - and off I went.
Then I took off the top and sniffed. . . . and landed on the floor.
It was as if the fumes sucked all the oxygen out of my body. Now
I open the blender at arm's length and check the heat and fineness in
Sorry to laugh at you Jim, but that is funny!
Reminds me of the time my wife was doing up some habs for powder in the
She then put creme on her face. An hour or so later, she could open her
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