Golden Purslane Seeds
Golden Purslane Seeds
Golden Purslane Seeds

Golden Purslane Seeds

$3.97

Although not well known in the US, this easy to grow green is widely popular around the world. The compact 18 inch plants produce thick and succulent greens that are absolutely packet with nutrients. Purslane contains more good omega-3 fatty acids than any other plant source. It is also a great source of vitamins A, B, C, and E, magnesium, calcium, potassium, folate, lithium,iron and is 2.5% protein! Add to salads, salsas, or cooked on their own for a nice bright and refreshing flavor. 

Plant Preferences:

Purslane is a very easy to grow herb that will thrive in most conditions, but prefers the heat and will not tolerate any frost. 

When to Sow:

Purslane can be planted in the spring after the first frost, or started indoors 3-4 weeks ahead of time. The herb is a cut and come again plant, but if you fall in love with the flavor, additional plantings throughout the summer will keep you supplied.

Days to Maturity: 

50-55 days

Sowing Depth:

1/8"-1/4"

Plant Spacing:

 

Space seeds and transplants about 4"-6" apart.  

The journey of growing your own plants from seeds is rewarding, but can also have its challenges. That’s why we at Sweet Yards want to help you succeed by providing any and all support you need along the way. Explore our growing guides for additional info and feel free to contact us with any questions.

At Sweet Yards we want to give you the biggest bloom for your buck. That’s why we’re proud to offer you the freshest seeds in quantities that work for you as well as any additional education or support you need along the way.

We're so confident that you'll have success with our seeds that we guarantee they’ll germinate or we'll give you a full refund within 30 days of purchase, no questions asked.

Details:

Plant Preferences:

Purslane is a very easy to grow herb that will thrive in most conditions, but prefers the heat and will not tolerate any frost. 

When to Sow:

Purslane can be planted in the spring after the first frost, or started indoors 3-4 weeks ahead of time. The herb is a cut and come again plant, but if you fall in love with the flavor, additional plantings throughout the summer will keep you supplied.

Days to Maturity: 

50-55 days

Sowing Depth:

1/8"-1/4"

Plant Spacing:

 

Space seeds and transplants about 4"-6" apart.  

Growing Guide:

The journey of growing your own plants from seeds is rewarding, but can also have its challenges. That’s why we at Sweet Yards want to help you succeed by providing any and all support you need along the way. Explore our growing guides for additional info and feel free to contact us with any questions.

Our Guarantee:

At Sweet Yards we want to give you the biggest bloom for your buck. That’s why we’re proud to offer you the freshest seeds in quantities that work for you as well as any additional education or support you need along the way.

We're so confident that you'll have success with our seeds that we guarantee they’ll germinate or we'll give you a full refund within 30 days of purchase, no questions asked.