(Montia sibirica) Siberian purslane. Not from Siberia, this North American short-lived perennial grows 20 cm high in a any moist soil in sun or part or full shade. The leaves are edible, raw (an excellent salad plant beet flavour) or cooked, and the plant can be used for ground cover – it self-seeds freely. Hardy to -35ºC.
Out of stock (for plants, stocks go live in mid July)