Has anybody tried this?
(Chenopodium capitatium) Also referred to as Strawberry Blite, grown
in Europe for centuries. Very showy compact 16-18" plants are grown
for their nutritious triangular tooted leaves and tender shoots, used
in salads or steamed. Shiny red mulberry-like fruits are edible, can
be added to salads or used for dying. Hard to find. Self-seeding
Anything that has the word "blight", even spelled funny, as part of
its name and is a self-seeding annual gives me pause. That line
between abundant and invasive is so easy to cross. I already have
lemon basil that pops up all over the yard.
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