|Title||Caucasian Spinach - Hablitzia tamnoides - climber 100 seeds|
|Plant Description||The large (3m=10ft), dense, very ornamental climber with tuberous roots. Leaves are edible. When cooked they have a mild, pleasant taste. Plant very frost hardy (to zone 5b). Very rare plant. Seeds scarce. Fresh seeds (harvested in summer 2013).|
|Bloom Description||A pale green, inconspicuous, numerous flowers|
|Days till Harvest/Bloom|
|Year Seeds were Harvested|
|Plant Grow Zones||5b-8b|
|Planting Tips||Sow the seeds in the early spring outside in sheltered place, or stratify them by 3-4 weeks and plant in the pots. Replant the seedlings to garden in half of May (after last frosts). Plant likes half shade and moist soil.|
|Where the Seeds were Harvested||Poland|
|Seeds have been tested||NO|
|Number of Seeds||100|
|Seed Sale or Exchange||For Sale|
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