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Our range of salad seeds features many different types of lettuce, plus radishes, cucumbers, celery and tasty salad leaves. Quick-growing salads and radishes can be grown as 'catch crops' between rows of garlic, onions, carrots and other slower growing veg to make the most of the space in your vegetable plot.
Lettuce 'Crisp Mint' (Cos) - Heritage
Lactuca sativaThis heritage variety was originally launched by T&M in 1979 as a crisp hearted Cos lettuce with good sweetness that matures in 75 days. Lettuce 'Crisp Mint' has an upright habit with noticeable bubbled, dark green outer leaves, standing well throughout summer without bolting. Ideal for use as a sugar Cos when young, or as a fully-hearted mature heads. It can also be harvested as a 'cut and come again' crop. Height: 30cm (12”). Spread: 25cm (10”). More info
Lettuce 'Great Lakes' (Iceberg/Crisphead) - Heritage
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This heritage, medium to large hearted 'Iceberg' lettuce produces crisp, bright green leaved heads in 90 days. Lettuce 'Great Lakes' stands well without bolting during hot summer weather. Sow successionally for continuous crops throughout summer. Height: 20cm (8”). Spread: 30cm (12”).More info
Radish 'Poloneza' - Heritage
Raphanus sativusRadish 'Poloneza' produces attractive round, red-skinned roots with a white splash at the root end, similar to Radish 'Sparkler'. The mild, crisp, white or pink tinged flesh is free from pithiness and makes an attractive addition to radish salads. This quick growing summer radish resists bolting and is suitable for earlier sowings under glass as well as outdoors. Height: 15cm (6"). Spread: 10cm (4").
Culinary note: Some parts of these flowers are edible. For more details about edible flowers click here.
Companion planting: Try growing radishes with mint to deter flea beetles, which chew irregular holes in the leaves.
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