(as of Jan 31,2021 12:32:21 UTC – Details)
Known as “Gobo” in Japan, burdock root (Arctium lappa) is an incredibly nutritive food and medicine. Burdock is delicious food highly valued in Japan; it is often grated and included in ferments (Kimchi), or cooked as a main or side dish. We like to dry roots for rehydrating in soups and stews in the wintertime, adding a nutritional punch to the meal. Burdock is a biennial, taking two years to flower and set seed. The root can be harvested in the first year.
Packet: ~50 seeds (0.45 gram)
Certified organic by Oregon Tilth: OT-017423. Non-GMO, Heirloom Variety
90 days to immature root. 180 days to mature root. Biennial.
Plant in Early Spring through Mid-Summer.
Located in Ojai, California, United States. Plant Good Seed. Know the Source