Similar to Munich purslane, but with darker green leaves and thinner stems. French Green Leaf slightly resembles wild purslane but is distinctly different as it grows very upright for easy cutting, and leaves and stems are more succulent with a milder flavor. This variety makes a nice crunchy addition to salad mix, and makes for a delicious summer meal when lightly cooked and mixed with a garlic yogurt sauce. High in Omega-3’s. Re-sprouts after cutting for harvest all summer long. Purslane does not like cold weather and thrives in the heat. Cultivated varieties of purslane do not become invasive weeds in the garden. Known as verdolaga in Latin America.
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