This perennial herb is also known as garden sorrel, dock. It is a member of the Polygonaceae family and it can grow up to 24 inches high.
Plant sorrel in moist soil in a sunny to partial shady location.
The leaves can be added to salads.
Parts used: Leaves, stalks.
Sorrel contain oxalic acids which can be toxic in large quantities. So it is recommended not to eat too much fresh sorrel!
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