Fenugreek - NEW!
Fedco seeds says: “This native to the Mediterranean and western Asia has a name meaning ‘Greek hay’ and a long overlapping history with humans. In Iraq, archaeological remains of charred seeds have been carbon- dated back 6,000 years. Known as Methi in Indian cuisine when grown for the leaf; the seeds have been a culinary staple for more than 3,000 years, imparting a sweet nutty flavor reminiscent of maple syrup. On a warm day you might detect the scent of maple wafting in your garden. In the North it needs full sun. Not at all frost tolerant. As a legume, it brings the benefits of nitrogen fixation to the garden. If not pinched back, the plant will grow to 2'.”
4 in pot