Tags: Certified Organic Open Pollinated
Growing Practices: No Pesticides No Herbicides No Fungicides No Synthetic Fertilizers
Latin Name: Chenopodium album
Days to Maturity: 50
A wild green known by many names (goosefoot, pigweed, etc), lambsquarters is highly nutritious and surprisingly tasty for something many consider a weed. Related to spinach, it can be eaten in much the same way - raw when young and tender, and cooked as the leaves mature - cooking is recommended as with spinach and chard due to oxalic acid content. High in iron, protein, calcium, and vitamins A and B1. Easy to grow and will self seed year after year.
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Can Lambquarters tolerate frost, if I plant the seed in early spring? Or should I wait until after all danger of frost?
I would wait - it is not frost tolerant and enjoys warmer soil temps
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United States (Zone 9a)
Established in 2017
4.00 acres in production