Organic New York Hardy Mache

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50 days to harvest Valerianella locusta

Long loved in Europe and just making its way to American salads, mache is as delectable as it is hardy. We are always thrilled to have this mild, aromatic and marvelously succulent green in February! Our friends at Turtle Tree Biodynamic Seed Initiative have found this to be the most hardy of all varieties they've trialed over the years, consistently overwintering uncovered outdoors for the last 17 years. We couldn't agree more, she is so deliciously resilient! At Fruition, we sow Organic New York Hardy Mache in mid-September and savor the harvest all winter long and rejoice when the spring re-growth bounces back with ebullience; under hoops and floating row cover, mache harvests are even more abundant.

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250 Seeds $3.79 In stock
500 Seeds $6.50 In stock
1000 Seeds $12 In stock

Organic New York Hardy Mache

50 days to harvest Valerianella locusta

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Long loved in Europe and just making its way to American salads, mache is as delectable as it is hardy. We are always thrilled to have this mild, aromatic and marvelously succulent green in February! Our friends at Turtle Tree Biodynamic Seed Initiative have found this to be the most hardy of all varieties they’ve trialed over the years, consistently overwintering uncovered outdoors for the last 17 years. We couldn’t agree more, Organic New York Hardy Mache is so deliciously resilient! At Fruition, we sow mache in mid-September and savor the harvest all winter long and rejoice when the spring re-growth bounces back with ebullience; under hoops and floating row cover, mache harvests are even more abundant.

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Organic New York Hardy Mache

Direct Seed Only: plant only in cool soil (41-68 F); seed will not germinate in soil above 68 F. Sow 1” apart in rows 4-18” apart; germination is slow, 10-14 days. Weed well. Cut individual leaves or rosettes (entire plants) at the root when 2-3” tall. Overwinters easily, quickly re-growing as snows melt. Cold-frames make winter harvest easier.



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