(Tip: Use a paper or plastic bag and rubber band over drying blooms to catch sorrel seeds)
Sorrel grows and looks a lot like Arugula. This difference is that it is used as a herb medicinally in soups, tea, or any foods you desire. It is high in iron and fiber.
Harvesting Sorrel Seeds
Small seed heads will form when the plant has reached maturity. There will be many seeds in one seed head to gently harvest the seed head and break apart into a pail. Make sure the seeds are dry and not damp at all. Store in a dry, cool place.