SALSOLA or ‘Okahijiki’
A japanese heirloom being one of countries oldest wild harvest vegetables (aka saltwort). The long, tubular succulent leaves are crisp and juicy with a salty flavour. Traditionally found growing wild in coastal salt marshes. Salsola is an easily grown annual that can grow in a wide range of soils. Can be eaten raw, steamed, sautéed or blanched in salads, a side vegie or garnish. 100 seeds.