Organic Salad in Provence Mix

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25 days to baby leaf harvest Various species

Our favorite salad mix, a glorious mix of diverse greens and herbs is inspired by the salads of Southern France! You’ll harvest five diverse lettuces, three delicate herbs (dill, chervil & cress) and six flavorful greens (including arugula) for salads all spring, summer & fall. At Fruition, we sow Organic Salad in Provence Mix every two weeks for constant harvesting and consistently harvest three cuttings.

Season extension makes all the difference! In September 2015 we sowed Salad in Provence in our high tunnel, enjoying her all fall and her re-growth was vigorous enough that we shared our fourth harvest on New Year’s Eve. High tunnels aside, even under hoops and floating row cover we’re easily savoring two cuttings of Salad in Provence well into December when sown in September, as well.

Size Price Quantity# Availability
400 Seeds $4.45 In stock
800 Seeds $7.55 In stock
1600 Seeds $14.25 In stock

1 review for Organic Salad in Provence Mix

  1. Pat Green

    Ordered this last year and SO GLAD WE DID! Had excellent salad much of the year that my wife and I really enjoyed! Will be certainly ordering more again this year. This one is a winner!

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Organic Salad in Provence Mix

Planting Method: Direct Sow only

When to sow: Sow every three weeks for continual harvest.

Sowing/seedling care: As soon as soil can be worked, can be sown thru til ~6 weeks before first frost in fall. Grows well in containers too. Sow ~20 seeds per foot in a single row, wider row, or entire carpets in containers. Gently firm the soil for full soil-seed contact; keep moisture even.

Seed Depth: 1/8 inch     Sun Needs: Full/Part

Days to Germination: 3 at 75°F (21°C); 8 at 60°F

Spacing (after thinning/transplanting): 2-5 plants per inch for baby greens

Days to Harvest: 8 days to microgreen; 21 baby leaf; 40 full size

Harvest: Water before harvest, cutting with scissors above growth point for quick, sweet re-growth.

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