Salad Seeds

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Simply put – salad plants are the easiest way to grow fresh organic food for everyday use. Easy to sow and grow, either in open ground, raised beds, containers or even on a lonely windowsill! The difference in taste from the vacuum-packed salad leaves that are shop bought is very distinct and growing your own salad will save you a lot of money as well as elevating your meals!

Sow in shallow drills in open ground or kick them off in pots indoors - you can even sow them between other crops. For good salad crops, make sure you just give them a couple of minutes of your time. . . Show More >

Simply put – salad plants are the easiest way to grow fresh organic food for everyday use. Easy to sow and grow, either in open ground, raised beds, containers or even on a lonely windowsill! The difference in taste from the vacuum-packed salad leaves that are shop bought is very distinct and growing your own salad will save you a lot of money as well as elevating your meals!

Sow in shallow drills in open ground or kick them off in pots indoors - you can even sow them between other crops. For good salad crops, make sure you just give them a couple of minutes of your time on a daily basis. Salad plants love soil which is damn to the touch and this is particularly important if you’re growing them in a container (keep an eye out for slugs, though). Encouraging wildlife into your garden will help with the control of slugs and other pests. Cut a hold in the base of your garden fence and you may even be lucky enough to be paid a visit by a wandering hedgehog!

Many Salad crops are available and can be grown throughout the year. Easy, fast growing edibles are perfect for the beginner and for those with limited space. Winter mixes, Asian leaves, mustards to French blends, these varieties deserve as spot I any edible garden, no matter what size.


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Simply put – salad plants are the easiest way to grow fresh organic food for everyday use. Easy to sow and grow, either in open ground, raised beds, containers or even on a lonely windowsill! The difference in taste from the vacuum-packed salad leaves that are shop bought is very distinct and growing your own salad will save you a lo. . . Show More >

Simply put – salad plants are the easiest way to grow fresh organic food for everyday use. Easy to sow and grow, either in open ground, raised beds, containers or even on a lonely windowsill! The difference in taste from the vacuum-packed salad leaves that are shop bought is very distinct and growing your own salad will save you a lot of money as well as elevating your meals!

Sow in shallow drills in open ground or kick them off in pots indoors - you can even sow them between other crops. For good salad crops, make sure you just give them a couple of minutes of your time on a daily basis. Salad plants love soil which is damn to the touch and this is particularly important if you’re growing them in a container (keep an eye out for slugs, though). Encouraging wildlife into your garden will help with the control of slugs and other pests. Cut a hold in the base of your garden fence and you may even be lucky enough to be paid a visit by a wandering hedgehog!

Many Salad crops are available and can be grown throughout the year. Easy, fast growing edibles are perfect for the beginner and for those with limited space. Winter mixes, Asian leaves, mustards to French blends, these varieties deserve as spot I any edible garden, no matter what size.


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Asparagus Lettuce Organic Lettuce (Organic) Seeds - Asparagus Lettuce

Average Packet Content 240 seeds

£1.99
Beetroot Rouge Crapaudine Beetroot Seeds - Rouge Crapaudine

Average Seeds 100

£3.00
Leaf Salad Cocarde Organic Lettuce (Organic) Seeds - Cocarde

Average Packet Content 190 seeds

£2.49
Leaf Salad Mizuna Organic Leaf Salad (Organic) Seeds - Mizuna

Average Packet Content 285 seeds

£1.99
Leaf Salad Seeds - French Leaf Salad Seeds - French

1.50g Pack of seeds

£2.49
Leaf Salad Seeds - Italian Leaf Salad Seeds - Italian

1.50g Pack of seeds

£2.49
Leaf Salad Seeds - Winter Mix Leaf Salad Seeds - Winter Mix

Average Seeds 900

£2.99
Leaf Salad Till Organic Lettuce (Organic) Seeds - Till

Average Packet Content 240 seeds

£1.99
Lettuce Black Seeded Simpson Organic Lettuce (Organic) Seeds - Black Seeded Simpson

Average Packet Content 190 seeds

£1.99
Lettuce Blonde De Paris Organic Lettuce (Organic) Seeds - Blonde De Paris

Average Packet Content 240 seeds

£2.49
Lettuce Buttercrunch Organic Lettuce (Organic) Seeds - Buttercrunch

Average Packet Content 380 seeds

£1.99
Lettuce Drunken Woman Lettuce Seeds - Drunken Woman

Average Seeds 150

£2.50
Lettuce Fat Lazy Blonde Lettuce Seeds - Fat Lazy Blonde

Average Seeds 150

£2.50
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Simply put – salad plants are the easiest way to grow fresh organic food for everyday use. Easy to sow and grow, either in open ground, raised beds, containers or even on a lonely windowsill! The difference in taste from the vacuum-packed salad leaves that are shop bought is very distinct and growing your own salad will save you a lot of money as well as elevating your meals!

Sow in shallow drills in open ground or kick them off in pots indoors - you can even sow them between other crops. For good salad crops, make sure you just give them a couple of minutes of your time on a daily basis. Salad plants love soil which is damn to the touch and this is particularly important if you’re growing them in a container (keep an eye out for slugs, though). Encouraging wildlife into your garden will help with the control of slugs and other pests. Cut a hold in the base of your garden fence and you may even be lucky enough to be paid a visit by a wandering hedgehog!

Many Salad crops are available and can be grown throughout the year. Easy, fast growing edibles are perfect for the beginner and for those with limited space. Winter mixes, Asian leaves, mustards to French blends, these varieties deserve as spot I any edible garden, no matter what size.

Simply put – salad plants are the easiest way to grow fresh organic food for everyday use. Easy to sow and grow, either in open ground, raised beds, containers or even on a lonely windowsill! The difference in taste from the vacuum-packed salad leaves that are shop bought is very distinct and growing your own salad will save you a lot of money as well as elevating your meals!

Sow in shallow drills in open ground or kick them off in pots indoors - you can even sow them between other crops. For good salad crops, make sure you just give them a couple of minutes of your time on a daily basis. Salad plants love soil which is damn to the touch and this is particularly important if you’re growing them in a container (keep an eye out for slugs, though). Encouraging wildlife into your garden will help with the control of slugs and other pests. Cut a hold in the base of your garden fence and you may even be lucky enough to be paid a visit by a wandering hedgehog!

Many Salad crops are available and can be grown throughout the year. Easy, fast growing edibles are perfect for the beginner and for those with limited space. Winter mixes, Asian leaves, mustards to French blends, these varieties deserve as spot I any edible garden, no matter what size.

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