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Rumex spp.

rumex, sorrel

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Dockweed (Rumex spp.) is a taxonomically difficult genus as species frequently interbreed. Sorrel is an erect, highly branched, perennial herbaceous plant, up to 1.5 meters tall and reddish-brown in color when mature. The basal leaves are much longer than broad, wavy-edged and lanceolate in shape, up to 30-40 cm, forming dense clusters on the lower part of the plant. The stem has stipules, a species of tiny leaves found at the point where the base of the leaf petiole joins the branch. The fruit is a shiny nut, with three sharp edges, reddish brown.

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Technical Information

Planting Information

Direct seeding

Average Height
50
Properties

Información adicional

Leaf Lifespan

Deciduous Leaves

Flower Color

Brown, Red, Green

Leaf Color

Green

Flowering Season

Late Spring, Early Summer

Sowing Season

Early Spring, Late Spring

Group

Herbaceous

Habitat

Ruderals

Plant Lifespan

Perennial

Water Requirements

Medium

Light Requirements

Full Sun

Origin

Native Seeds

Soil Type

Indifferent