Green Purslane

5.00 out of 5 based on 5 customer ratings
(5 customer reviews)


Seeds per pack: 350
Days till maturity: 50

A low, crawling plant, that can be eaten as a snack. The leaves are juicy, plump and can help with thickening soups. packed in antioxidants and nutrients. High in Omega 3 fatty acids. The plants leaves can be used in smoothies and juices. This succulent like plant offers yields year round, is tolerant to heat, drought, cold, and is a perennial as well!


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Weight0.02 oz

5 reviews for Green Purslane

  1. 5 out of 5

    I love this stuff, it has grow naturally in my garden every year. Do yourself a favor and look up the health benefits, the Omega 3’s are off the charts and not to mention the taste is amazing.

  2. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    Purslane grows like crazy in a park near by, but I don’t know if the park uses chemical fertilizers and whatnot, so I don’t harvest from there, so I figured I’d try my hand at growing it from seed! The germination on these is insane! I have them with bottom heat and a fluorescent light, and they germinated in less than48 hours! And close to 100% germination, though I can’t tell for sure since I really packed them in. So far so good! They’re about a week old and I can see true leaves peaking through and all the sprouts look happy and healthy!

  3. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    I can also confirm that the germination rate on these is extremely fast — less than 48 hrs in a jiffy pellet under a light. But newly sprouted it did not seem to benefit from as much humidity as other seedlings do, and I took a couple outside too soon and they died, even though it is summer (above 50 F at night). Definitely a plant for when it is super hot outside it seems!

  4. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    Please do yourself a favor and grow some Purslane. So easy to grow. It just tastes wonderful – a slight peppery flavor like arugula or dandelion greens, but no where near as strong or bitter. A must for any southern gardener like myself who is looking for greens that will tolerate some heat!

  5. 5 out of 5

    (verified owner)

    DFW TX area. Threw some seeds in a hanging pot by the garage in full sun and grows like crazy. Started in Spring. Even with temps over 100F here it did great and I constantly forgot to water it. I did get a small amount of leaf damage but that’s all. Kids love munching on it, so do I. It has gone to seed and has self seeded in the pot. I’m hoping it self seeds in the ground next to the garage. Can be very invasive so I would suggest growing in a pot or make sure you trim it or probably and remove seed pods before they fall. Good germination rate.

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