A fleshy stemmed annual plant with a high salt content, the Salicornia, also known
as glasswort or samphire, just might be the next culinary herb sensation.
Eaten raw, quickly fried, steamed or microwaved, this high-protein plant is a
surprising addition to salads, soups, hot dishes and a perfect accompaniment for
fish & seafood plates.
Natively, the Salicornia is highly adapted to the sea shore and covered by salt water
for much of the day with the ebb & flow of the tides.
We at Hishtil have developed it as a conventional plant rooted in soil and
irrigated with regular water. Now, it is suitable for growing outdoors in pots or in
greenhouses, up to 30 cm.
Two weeks before harvesting, it is important to irrigate with brackish water to
achieve the ultimate salty taste!
|Poultry Cooking,Hot Dishes,Salads,Meat Cooking,Fish Cooking,Soup
|All year round, “day-length” during winter.
|Growing Temp (°C)
|Rooted Cuttings, Unrooted Cuttings.
|EU, North America – URC Only.
|Quantity Per Bag
|Recommended Pot Sizes (for retailers)
*The variety data given in Hishtil's website has been received from the seed breeders and/or producers. Hishtil takes no responsibility or liability for the content.
*Do not use the information as a substitute for the instructions given by the seed companies, their agents or distributors.
*All growing information in Hishtil's website is based on methods and trials used in Israel and are given as general information guidelines only.
*All information details are not meant for use as substitute for the instructions given by the seed companies, their agents or distributors.
*All the pictures in this catalogue are shown for illustration purposes only.
*Availability is subjected to final screening and/or commercial decisions and is likely to change.