Salad may not be the tastiest of plants in your vegetable patch, but it is a core staple, and its mild flavour allows others to shine on your plate whether its being used as a refreshing side dish or served as the main course.
Salad seeds should be sown in March, in your own home or May if directly planted into beds. For the seeds to germinate (around 10 to 14 days) a temperature of 15 degrees should not be exceeded. For repotting, wait until May or when the temperature is consistently around 15 to 20 degrees.
For best results, position your salad in a sunny warm spot with loose soil and maintain watering to prevent the soil from drying out completely. After around 8 weeks from germination your salad is ready to eat.
Tip: Plant your salads at different times so that you can enjoy salad throughout the summer.
Quantity: Seeds for up to 40 plants