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This is Sorrel, it's a wonderful early spring herb/green that adds a delightfully lemony tang to any dish. I like to put a few shredded leaves on a good spring scramble. It's usually one of the first things up in the garden that you can cook with and it goes great with chives! I highly recommend it.

April 25, 2007 | Permalink


Hey, you've got a great blog yourself! I graduated from high school in Minnesota (my family transplanted me there from central CA my sophomore year of high school), so I know the winters, and am therefore even more impressed by your tomato successes. Wow!

Since I haven't experienced a Minnesota spring in over ten years, I'm looking forward too seeing how spring unfolds in your garden.

Posted by: Christina at Apr 26, 2007 10:27:55 PM

Thanks Christina! I'm afraid I haven't captured much of the Spring unfolding - I've been so busy lately. I guess it happens every spring.

I gotta get out there and photograph my tulips at least though!

Posted by: lorika at May 3, 2007 11:39:51 AM