Susan Cerato wrote:I checked the garden and there are plenty I can send. The rate is $1.00 each and $7.15 for a priority flat rate box. You can use paypal to email@example.com. Just let me know what you decide and I can send them tomorrow.
I'll send you enough for 10, sorry I didn't see your message sooner. Thanks so much!
Alder Burns wrote:Be careful about planting that near anything else important....it spreads vigorously and when you dig it, sprouts will come up from the least bit of root left.
That is interesting.... I have a clump of volunteer horseradish here in Montana that has been in the same spot for many years and the guy we bought the place from says he never did anything with it but mow it down along with the grass. It doesn't appear to be spreading at all. I wonder if it matters that it is growing in hard shade under an apple tree (which is thick and messy, having been both neglected and mauled by bears) and in prairie grass that's taller than the horseradish. It looks vigorous enough, grows big leaves and blooms, so doesn't seem at all upset with its lot in life. I don't eat it, so haven't done a thing with it. I wonder if harvesting encourages it to spread when leaving it alone might not?