Easy to grow and productive
I found this easy to grow - I sowed in polytunnels and outdoors in March. The indoor crops were ready by May, the outdoors quite a bit later (getting a bit tough by mid July). A good replacement for marsh samphire if you live inland or are worried about wild harvesting. Very large packet (good germination despite warnings) means you can grow loads.
An absolute doddle to sow and germination was incredible even on later sowings despite the note about short life of seed. It was very prolific and almost like an uncut lawn still edible at the end of August will try again next year
Sadly I can't agree with two other reviews. I purchased a packet having eaten the vegetable in Rome. I shared the seed with three other gardeners in France and none of us got any successful germination.
I got a reasonible germation success but then it just withered and died ,tempted to try again