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Wild Licorice Root (Glycyrrhiza lepidota)

Glycyrrhiza lepidota  wild licorice root

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I read this morning that wild licorice root (Glycyrrhiza lepidota) sells to chefs for 70$ a pound.  I think I need to know more about this native plant.  How to grow it, how to cook with it and and how sell it for 70$ per pound.

Glycyrrhiza lepidota licorice root

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  1. I have grown this from seed. As far as native plants go, this one was pretty easy. It would take a few years to get harvestable root. However, from what I read, this is a good spreader once established.

    I have no association with Everwilde Farms except that I find them a great resource for native seeds.

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