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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.
Oriental Mustards add tastes and textures to your mixed salads, sandwiches and garnishes and also stir fries. Sow regularly all the year round for a constant supply of 'salad leaves'. Pick the nutritious leaves of Oriental Mustards in under 30 days from sowing during summer months. Ideal in containers on the patio.Good source of provitamin A, vitamins C and K, and folate. CONTENTS: Mustards Red Giant, Red Feather and green frilled Pizzo.
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Lettuce 'Claremont' (Romaine/Cos)
Lactuca sativaSow this AGM lettuce from March to August for regular harvest from June though to October. This unique cross combines rich Romaine flavours with the compact habit of Cos varieties for tidy plants packed with flavour. Tight leafing and an upright growth habit lead to compact clean crisp heads and minimal wastage in the kitchen. The sweetness of the darker outer leaves runs right through to the paler heart - the perfect choice for a classic Caesar salad. If you grow for the show bench, you'll be on to a winner with Lettuce Claremont. Height 25cm (10in). Spread 20cm (8in). More info
Lettuce 'Relic' (Loose-leaf)
Lactuca sativaLettuce 'Relic' is a breeding development from the heirloom 'Deer's Tongue' lettuce to give improved uniformity and good mildew resistance. Its distinctive loose leaf habit and reddish maroon, narrow pointed leaves make an attractive, eye-catching variety with a pleasant taste and texture. Lettuce 'Relic' is ideal for successional sowings, standing in good condition without bolting during even hot weather. Height: 25cm (10"). Spread: 30cm (12"). More info
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