Sorrel #1036203



Sorrel
Rumex acetosa

The plant looks dry and there is a cup of water nearby. What will you do?
Run away, do a raindance or water it.
State
Parents
There are no known parents.

The sorrel grows primarily on nutrient-and nitrogen-rich meadows. It serves as an indicator plant for heavily fertilized with manure locations. The young leaves can be eaten, they are rich in vitamin C. The sour taste comes from the oxalic acid, which is harmful in high doses.

Current location
This plant is in AutobotDen's Greenhouse.

11/30/17
It began to sprout.

06/26/17
Taken by AutobotDen.