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|August 19, 2012||#1|
Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: Brownsville, TX
USDA Zone: 10a
...specifically one of the more palatable varieties, something good for a salad. Chicory seems to love poor soil/heat/neglect/limited watering, and tends to get established. All this I found out by accident after planting some deer plot mix. have had chicory growing for a couple years now, some is fairly decent salad greens, others less so (very bitter). Seems to be a "permaculture" plant at least for me...However would like some chicory with tastier leaves. Hope someday to also dig up/roast the roots for a little Nawlins-style coffee. Purplish blue flowers are a bonus.
Have various peppers, gourd seeds and some other stuff for trade, if you've got what I want let me know what you're after. Might just have it.
|chicory, green, permaculture, salad, texas|
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