An heirloom cultivated for over 400 years. Smaller, thinner leaves than spinach but used the same way, raw or cooked. After flowering, many small edible strawberry-like fruits appear along the stems. Wait til they are fully ripe- - dark red and soft - before eating. Use in green or fruit salads or sprinkled on breakfast cereal. Annual which self seeds readily - pops up in our garden at any time of year and is always welcome! 9cm pot Certified organic plant.