Salad burnet (Sanguisorba minor)
is a lovely little perennial growing not more than a foot tall. It has a tidy rosette of dainty, bluegreen, pinnate leaves that are very pleasant to use in salad (hence its common name). It blooms with rosy colored, clover-like blooms and self-sows easily thereafter unless you remove the spent flowers. Likes full sun, but does not tolerate drought. Hardy in Zones 4-9. This is one of the plants that has been foraged for salad in Europe since antiquity.
Size: 200 seeds