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Chicory Catalogna Pugliese (40-9)

$3.50 - $5.80

Chicory Catalogna Pugliese. Tall, open, green leaf chicory. Long white stems with a fair amount of serrated green leaves. Cook or eat fresh in salads. Best for fall. 10 or 28 gram packet. Approximately 600-900 seeds per gram.

To see our growing guide for chicory and radicchio, click here.

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Chicory Catalogna Pugliese. Tall, open, green leaf chicory. Long white stems with a fair amount of serrated green leaves. Cook or eat fresh in salads. Best for fall. 10 or 28 gram packet. Approximately 600-900 seeds per gram.

To see our growing guide for chicory and radicchio, click here.

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I have grown chicory pugliese for three years and I love it. I plant it in the fall here in central Florida, and I harvest it through April or early May, depending on when it gets hot. It grows back quickly after a cutting. We enjoy it braised by itself with garlic and olive oil, and also as a substitute for dandelion greens in pasta dishes.
Posted by Karen B., Florida on 28th Mar 2014

What we call dandelion makes a great summer salad. Tear the leaves into chunks and toss with olive oil & wine vinegar (3 parts oil to 1 part vinegar), season with salt and pepper, and let it sit for thirty minutes before serving to break down the tougher fiber in the stem. Like all chicories, this can be a bitter green that is improved with a squeeze of fresh lemon juice.
Posted by Kathy Scopelliti on 27th Mar 2014