A very attractive plant with base branching habit producing quantities of light green leaves to be cooked like Spinach. Also produces stems covered with pink strawbery - like fruit that can be eaten fresh.
Sowing Time: February to April.
Sowing Instructions: Sow in 12mm (½in) deep drills, in rows 45cm (18in) apart. Ensure they have some sunlight though do not plant in full sun.
Growing Instructions: When seedlings appear, thin to 20 to 40cm (8 to 16in) apart.
After Care: Simply keep the plants regularly hoed and well watered.