Good King Henry
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This herb is rich in iron and vitamin C. When cooked, this plant can make a good substitute for spinach but can be used raw as with a bitter taste. Apart from the leaves, the shoots can be used and cooked in a similar way to asparagus. When out of stock, this product can be grown to order in 5 Weeks.
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