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Salad Mix Seedball Tin

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Salad Mix Seedball Tin

A collection of scrumptious frilly salad - cut and come again!.
Greek Cress, Salad Rocket, Kale, Red Frills Mustard, Green Frills Mustard.
20 balls per tin, 30 seeds per ball.
Easy to use, simply scatter on top of soil in a garden bed or planter.
Scatter in spring or autum. Sprouts seen in 4-6 weeks.

Mustard (Red Frills) (Brassica juncea)
The attractive and sweet leaves are finely serrated when young, then look more like mizuna when mature. The fringed burgundy-red leaves add the taste of mustard and horseradish to salads, stir fries and sandwiches.

Mustard (Green Frills) (Brassica junce).
Spice up your salads and sandwiches with these bright green shoots which become serrated as they grow.

Kale (Red Russian) (Brassica oleracea).
Kale is also one of the most nutritious leafy vegetables you can find. Packed full of vitamins, antioxidants and iron! It can be eaten raw (best when leaves are young or steamed or added to stir frys)

Cress (Greek) (Lepidium sativum).
A versatile salad item with a nice peppery flavour.

Salad Rocket (Dentellata) (Eruca vesicaria ssp. sativa)
A lovely peppery flavour to salad, the younger leaves are milder, more tender and palatable. Leaves can also be lightly cooked as a delicious spinach substitute, added to sauces, stir fried or sautéed
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A collection of scrumptious frilly salad - cut and come again!. Greek Cress, Salad Rocket, Kale, Red Frills Mustard, Green Frills Mustard. 20 balls per tin, 30 seeds per ball. Easy to use, simply scatter on top of soil in a garden bed or planter. Scatter in spring or autum. Sprouts seen in 4-6 weeks. Mustard (Red Frills) (Brassica juncea) The attractive and sweet leaves are finely serrated when young, then look more like mizuna when mature. The fringed burgundy-red leaves add the taste of mustard and horseradish to salads, stir fries and sandwiches. Mustard (Green Frills) (Brassica junce). Spice up your salads and sandwiches with these bright green shoots which become serrated as they grow. Kale (Red Russian) (Brassica oleracea). Kale is also one of the most nutritious leafy vegetables you can find. Packed full of vitamins, antioxidants and iron! It can be eaten raw (best when leaves are young or steamed or added to stir frys) Cress (Greek) (Lepidium sativum). A versatile salad item with a nice peppery flavour. Salad Rocket (Dentellata) (Eruca vesicaria ssp. sativa) A lovely peppery flavour to salad, the younger leaves are milder, more tender and palatable. Leaves can also be lightly cooked as a delicious spinach substitute, added to sauces, stir fried or sautéed

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