Kitazawa: Vegetable Seeds: Burdock Seeds Choose a Product
Kitazawa Takinogawa Burdock Root Seeds
Edible burdock is an important vegetable essential in preparing the classic Japanese dish kimpira. This is a late maturing variety that has rich earthy flavor. It is the most popular variety in Japan.
Kitazawa Watanabe Early Burdock Root Seeds
Burdock, also called gobo is highly prized as a nutritious delicacy in Japan and is a traditional Asian vegetable. This early variety matures faster than Takinogawa and has the same rich flavor with a slightly shorter, very tender root.
Kitazawa Salada Musume Burdock Seeds
An early, light skinned, edible burdock or gobo that grows 12-16" long. This relatively short length makes it suitable for home gardens. In Japan, this variety is used fresh for salad and has a nice earthy aroma.
Kitazawa Ha Gobo Burdock Leaf Seeds
Edible burdock root is gobo in Japanese and burdock leaf is ha gobo. This special Japanese variety is grown for its delicate edible leaves. The thick white stalk is about 12" long and the light green leaves are tender. The edible root is about 6" long.