A reliable mix of the oriental brassicas; Mizuna, Mibuna, Green Mustard Pizzo, Mustard Red Zest, Pak Choi Canton White, and Tatsoi. Good cold tolerance, grows well as winter glasshouse crop.
Even growing and stable, this salad leaf mix can be sown virtually all year round.
|Salad Leaf Mixes Sowing Guidelines |
|When to Sow Seeds: ||Virtually all Year Round |
|Germination Temperature: ||10C + |
|Cover Seed: ||Lightly |
|Time to Germinate: ||7 Days |
|Frost Hardy: ||Best grown indoors during the colder months |
|Spacing Between Plants: ||Broadcast sow thinly for picking leaves young. |
Our salad leaf mixtures are selected from varieties with comparable growth rates and complementary flavours to provide interesting and tasty babyleaf salads which are ideal for home consumption.
They can be direct sown into beds and then harvested 10-15cm tall in as little as 28 days at peak season. Mixes also vary in suitability for different seasons, some are cold tolerant and grow well as a cold glasshouse crop in winter.
To pot grow, sow direct into pots or trays (1-3 litre) to produce a growing salad. Salad mixes can also be sown direct into pots (use 1-3 litre pots) to sell as growing salads.
Dont expect a long shelf life from these quick growing items. Just sow little and often to get continuity.