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« Reply #11: March 10, 2007, 02:24:55 pm »

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I have been reading about woad lately and how it is many more times more potent than brocolli in antioxidants. I would like to try growing some but information on this plant is proving difficult to find. Does anyone out there grow woad? I am wondering more about the northern locations and where to buy seed. 

 :)I have been reading that woad can also be considered a noxious weed and not really suitable for flower beds. Maybe there are a few different varieties.

Any general tips would be wonderful as well.

Not that I know anything about woad in general, but I googled it and followed links until I came to www.woad.org.uk that has a lot of info (including a picture of some pretty yarn on the front page). Anyway here: http://woad.weebly.com/links.html at the bottom there are a couple of sites listed that carry seeds.
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