What might a UK seed packet labeled “crfincr” contain?

New Providence, PA

I have a packet of seeds labeled only: "crfincr". Any idea what they might be?

A clue in how this name is constructed is given in another packet labeled "baswlk" which means "basil (wilkinson's)".

I've planted them and they're coming up very slowly, with small frilly leaves.

From Stack Exchange (http://gardening.stackexchange.com/questions/7165/what-might-a-uk-seed-packet-labeled-crfincr-contain).

Calgary, AB(Zone 3b)

Why don't you show a photo of the seedlings in the Plant Identification forum?

New Providence, PA

Unfortunately I do not own the seedlings. What do the initials mean? See the link posted above, and http://gardening.stackexchange.com/users/419/j-musser. I can't figure it out.

Calgary, AB(Zone 3b)

?

Pueblo, CO(Zone 5b)

Do we know whether it is supposed to be a vegetable or herb? Or could it be a flower? In that case, there are a lot of possibilities and I think "I want to buy a vowel"

(Becky), Lipan, TX(Zone 7b)

A guess..
CRF (Creeping Red Fescue)
INCR (Pennington systems INCORPORATED)

?? Like I said, total guess 😕

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