- Herbaceous Perennial
- Culinary Uses?
- Naturally occurring on site?
- Propagated Here?
Ubiquitous low-growing fleshy leaved plant with lovely delicate reddish flowers sprays in early summer that make good cut flowers for arrangements.
A nice refreshing nibble. When Head Gardener Karen was growing up in Scotland, it was called 'soorucks' (?spelling) by older relatives who ate it on the Isle of Arran.
Rather invasive on the Paddies, needs frequent hand weeding out on beds and edges.