Organic Fruition Salad Bowl Mix

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28 days to baby leaf 40-50 days to full heads Lactuca sativa

Our luscious blend of lettuces, perfect for baby or large leaf salad mixes. We love to harvest baby leaves as we thin, letting some plants grow to full heads. The lettuces in Organic Fruition Salad Bowl Mix will thrive in soil as well as raised beds and container gardens, nourishing us in spring, summer and ’til the snow flies! Under hoops and floating row cover, we’re easily enjoying this mix well into December when sown in September.

Size Price Quantity# Availability
350 Seeds $4.45 In stock
700 Seeds $7.55 In stock
1400 Seeds $14.25 In stock


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Organic Fruition Salad Bowl Mix

Planting Method: Direct Sow or Transplant

To Direct Sow: As soon as soil can be worked, can be sown thru til early fall. Sow 20 seeds per foot in rows, wider rows or entire carpets in containers. Sow every 3 weeks for continual harvest. We love to sow baby salad greens around young tomatoes and other long-season crops that are initially small, harvesting greens for the first ~6 weeks before the tomato is huge.

For Transplanting (full size only): Indoors, sow 2 seeds/cell early spring & thin to 1. Harden off & transplant around last frost. Succession sow every 3 weeks until early fall.


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

Days to Germination: 3 at 75°F (21°C); 8 at 60°F (13°C)

Spacing (after thinning/transplanting): 10-12 inches for full heads; rows 12 inches apart

Ample water grows sweetest lettuce!

Days to Harvest:  8 days to microgreen; 25 baby leaf; 50 full size

Harvest: Water before harvest above apical buds for quick, sweet re-growth.

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