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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.
Apium graveolens var. dulceThe slender stems and leaves of immature celery plants can be grown as a cutting herb. Use just a few leaves instead of mature celery stems to flavour soups and stews or use in salads and garnishes. Grow some cutting celery on the windowsill for a constant supply of tasty fresh young leaves. Height: 20cm (8"). Spread: 15cm (6"). More info
Lepidium sativum, Garden Cress, Curly Cress, Peppercress
A welcome addition for your salad leaves. Best grown outdoors. Polycress is quick maturing with an upright habit making large, dissected, slightly pungent leaves about 25 days from sowing. Sow seeds in succession for a complete season of 'baby salad leaves'. Polycress is slow to bolt if kept well watered.More info
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