Sea Holly Plant


Sea Holly Plant

Sea holly shares the stage along European coastlines with such heavy hitters as wild cabbage, sea beet, samphire, and sea kale. These vegetables represent deep cultural furniture of France, Spain, The U.K., most of the Nordic zones and North Africa. Sea Holly has been traditionally used as a blanched spring shoot (leaf and flowering shoots) and the roots have been eaten through the fall and winter. Has the reputation of having roots that don’t get woody over time so are good to eat at any age. In our gardens this plant seems long-lived although now I’m starting to dig them all up and eat them and start breeding for a larger and tastier root as they are ok now I’d like them to be amazing. These plants came from our own home-grown seed.
Dry-Moist, FS, perennial
Eryngium maritima

Cost: $3.00 per 4 inch pot

12 in stock


Additional information

Weight 16 oz
Dimensions 4 × 4 × 3 in