Sanguisorba minor. Perennial. 18".
Cucumber-flavored leaves in salads, vinegars, cold drinks. Salad Burnet flowers early in the season and last almost all summer. Plants are attractive in any perennial border with cone like, red flowers in late summer.
Planting Directions: Plant outdoors after all danger of frost has past, in light, well-drained soil in a sunny location. Sow seed ½ to 1” deep ½” apart thinning 12-24” apart when plants are 3” tall. Young leaves in salads add a slight cucumber taste. Self sows. Flowers make excellent bee forage. Flowers dry well for use in making potpourri.