Stems mostly green until colder weather when some crimson colouration occurs. Vigorous and upright, reliable, hardy, and heavy producing. Used mainly for pie filling, ..."excellent flavour"...
Seed count: 60/g.
Perennial from cooler parts of Asia. Large and leafy to 1m, harvest outside stems as required, eaten cooked as desert with apples, likes to be well watered and fertilized. Leaves have oxalic acid so don't eat them. Shade tolerant, multiplies by separation. Sow spring, summer.
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