See also:hardy biennial, with long, cylindrical, fleshy, esculent roots, which, when properly cooked, are extremely delicate and wholesome; it occurs in meadows and pastures in the Mediterranean region, and in Britian is confined to the south of England, but is not native . The
See also:salsafy requires a
See also:rich, deep
See also:soil, which should be trenched in autumn, the manure used being placed at two spades'
See also:depth from the
See also:surface . The first
See also:crop should be sown in
See also:March, and the
See also:main crop in
See also:April, in rows a
See also:foot from each other, the
See also:plants being afterwards thinned to 8 in. apart . In
See also:November the whitish roots should be taken up and stored in sand for immediate use, others being secured in a similar way during intervals of mild
See also:weather . The genus Tragopogon belongs to the natural
See also:Compositae, and is represented in Britain by
See also:beard, T. pratensis, found in meadows, pastures and waste places .
SALSETTE (=" sixty-six villages ")
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