Sassy Salad Mesclun Lettuce Seeds Seeds

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This packet sows up to 300 feet.
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Fill your salad bowl with this bistro blend of arugula, endive, leaf, and romaine lettuces, spinach, mustard, and Swiss chard. Bursting with sweet, spicy, bold, and mild flavor sensations, Sassy Salad mix makes an exceptional fresh salad with simple vinaigrette. Cut leaves as needed. Plants will continue to grow and produce tender, new leaves. Sow successively every 3 weeks to extend the harvest. Varieties in this mix are also excellent when harvested at full size.
$3.99 12 grams
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Botanical Name: Assorted species

Days to Maturity: 21–58 days

Native: LETTUCE AND ENDIVE: Asteraceae. SWISS CHARD AND SPINACH: Amaranthaceae. MUSTARDS, ARUGULA, AND BOK CHOY: Brassicaceae.

Hardiness: Mediterranean region, Asia, Europe

Variety Information: ARUGULA: Peppery, mustardy, tart, and spicy. LEAF LETTUCES: Bi-colored, curly or frilly, delicate flavor. ROMAINE LETTUCE: Crisp, sweet. BUTTERHEAD LETTUCE: Sweet, tender, buttery flavor and texture. SPINACH: Dark green, thick leaves, mild flavor. BOK CHOY TATSOI: Dark green, very mild cabbage. SWISS CHARD: Tender, spinach-like flavor. ENDIVE: Mild flavor with slightly frilled, lettuce-like leaves. MUSTARD: Slightly peppery, mildly spicy.

Attributes: Good for Containers

When to Sow Outside: RECOMMENDED. 2 to 4 weeks before your average last frost date, and when soil temperature is at least 40°F, ideally 60°–70°F. Successive Sowings: Every 3 weeks until 4 to 6 weeks before your average first fall frost date. Mild Climates: Sow in fall and winter for cool season harvests.

When to Start Inside: Transplanting is not recommended, although mesclun can be grown indoors on a sunny windowsill or under grow lights.

Days to Emerge: 5–14 days

Seed Depth: Surface to ⅛"

Seed Spacing: Broadcast about ½" apart

Thinning: Not required for baby greens

Harvesting: Harvest leaves with scissors 2" above the soil surface. Mesclun will regrow and provide 2–3 harvests, although the first harvest is usually the best. If you wish to harvest mature heads, cut off at 2" above ground level as soon as possible after head forms; new leaves will grow form the center. The earlier the harvest, the more tender the crop.

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Spicy mix!
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This salad mix is great! Large packet that is plenty for an average-sized garden. I did the high-density sowing method which is just broadcasting the seeds into an area and the mix grew densely. There are some varieties in the packet that didn't come up like the spinach and the Swiss chards but I assume because they grow more slowly and the high density sowing method caused them to be outcompeted by faster growing varieties like the lettuces and arugula.
Quynh Quach

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