Flax, Common Heirloom Herb Seeds
Linseed Culinary flax.
Beautiful slender annual with brilliant sky-blue
1/2" flowers on graceful stems that grow 2-5'.
Easily grown for its seeds that are high in protein and edible oil.
Seeds are eaten in breads and cereals,
brewed into tea, roasted for a coffee substitute,
and have many medicinal uses.
Sprouts are used in salads.
Days To Maturity: 100 days
Approximately 100 seeds per packet.
Sow flax seed outside in a finely prepared
seedbed during mid to late spring.
Plant in full sun, keep well watered in well drained soil.
Harvest seed when seed pods are
yellow and just beginning to open.