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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.
A baby lettuce as hardy as its name suggests! Lettuce Warpath is one of the most heat tolerant varieties you'll grow, making it the perfect option for summer salads. Grow this mini lettuce right through to autumn will little risk of bolting.
A unique crossing combines the best of both iceberg and cos varieties - dense crunchy hearts are wrapped in attractive looser leaves, producing compact 'one-meal' plants that can be squeezed into small veg patches and patio containers or grown in traditional rows where space allows. Sow little and often every two weeks between March and August for a constant supply. Mature heads are ready in around 75 days. Alternatively grow as a baby leaf variety. Height: 20cm (8"). Spread: 20cm (8"). More info
Lettuce 'Leny' (Batavian)
Lactuca sativaA real 'all year round' lettuce for growing outside from spring to early autumn, or under glass from autumn to spring. Lettuce 'Leny' produces semi-hearting heads of bright green, crisp leaves with a sweet flavour and no bitterness. This superb Batavian lettuce also shows excellent resistance to mildew. Height: 20cm (8"). Spread: 30cm (12"). More info
Lettuce 'Mazur' (Loose-Leaf)
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Lettuce 'Mazur'produces an abundance of thick, crunchy, green leaves that can be picked throughout the summer and added to salads, sandwiches or used as a tasty garnish. This voluminous, loose-leaf lettuce proved to be truly outstanding in our trials, with good resistance to downy mildew and showing tolerance to tipburn and bolting. Height: 20cm (8"). Spread: 30cm (12"). More info
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