Great Pignut-Bunium

Bunium bulbocastanum  was once used as a root vegetable in parts of western Europe, and has been called "great pignut or earthnut". 

A perennial flower that grows 24" high. Seeds and flowers are a cumin substitute. The small, rounded root is edible raw or cooked, and said to taste like sweet chestnuts. The leaf can be used as an herb, garnish similar to parsley.

25 seeds @ 9. 95

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