(Fagopyrum tataricum) A relative to Common Buckwheat, Tartary Buckwheat is another very short season grain, and is more frost tolerant than Common Buckwheat. Historically grown in the Himalayas, it is appropriate for both culinary and cover crop use. Considered a “super food” with its high levels of anti-inflammatory compounds and also historically used as a tea (made from steeping flowering tops).
Approx. 150 seeds per regular packet.
Approx. 1500 seeds per bulk packet.