i don't think i'll be adding it to the mix here. i certainly don't want to add anything considered invasive. we have enough of those already!Lambsquarters is tasty.
Having eaten it was why I was willing to try orach. I have recently learned that you can make mistakes with the seed of too many ornamental orach varieties now being sold. They may be separate species, since there are several.
For a salad green or potherb, the orach most like lambsquarters is the one you want. It's more tender than lambsquarters and has a better flavor. IMO . It's nearly as invasive, so keep that in mind.
Leave it to a southern to grow what we try to kill in the nawth. First dandelions, now rag weed.......what next? Palmer?I pulled a lot of lambs quarters seeds to scatter in the pastures. Since the sheep like it so much, I might as well sow seeds. Just NOT in the garden!