(Arctium lappa); Edible root; Minimum 100 seeds
This variety is grown for its larger than normal roots which we roast in the oven. Although we timed the planting of our seed stock to blossom in isolation, burdock does grow wild in our area so a small chance of cross-pollination exists. If saving your own burdock seed, only save seed from plants that best meet your expectations.
Germination increases with scarification and stratification.