This perennial horseradish variety has been in our family for more than 50 years and is literally Hardy to its roots. Originally grown by Uncle Truman Hardy in his food forest in Malvern, Iowa , this horseradish eventually made its way out to Montana before I brought some out to Oregon to propagate at every garden and farm-site I have connect to. So much ground horseradish root has been made from these fiery, medicinal roots over the years. Our family often had a side of horseradish with Montana venison roast or with some of mom's fried walleye or trout, our family favorite. When their tender leaves become visible in the spring, the greens can be steamed and eaten with butter and a little salt. yum!
Seed Grower: HS