(Chenopodium capitatum) (aka Strawberry Blite) Grown in Europe for
centuries. Very showy compact 18" plants are grown
for their nutritious triangular toothed leaves and
tender shoots, used in salads or steamed. Shiny red
mulberry-like fruits are edible and can be added to
salads or used for dye-ing. Becoming scarce. Selfseeding
Green Thumb Tip Sow seeds outdoors as soon as the soil can be
worked in early spring. Plant in full sun or partial
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