Added by on 2019-04-07

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3 Comments

  • martysgarden 4 months ago

    That seed is nearly impossible to find here in Australia, well done. The roots are well sort after too for a tea
    Very impressive on the look Bren, weird flavour hehehehe,,,,
    I tried growing a weed here called Farmers friends,,,,edible, but gave me a small dose of the runs.
    I never went back to wild micro greens after that,
    All the best
    Marty Ware (Australia)

  • Forage Forage 4 months ago

    Now Brent that is real darned interesting – Dandelion! And wow..they're a pretty micgroeens.
    More bitter than Arugula?

  • Robert Davis 4 months ago

    LOL makes me think of my dad gettin me to eat 1, dry bitter ,yuckyness