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Buy Leaf and Stem Vegetable Seeds? Lettuce, spinach, endive, asparagus & rhubarb, among others

Growing your own leaf and stem vegetables in your vegetable garden? Yes, of course! Surely, lettuce should not be missing as a green vegetable in your vegetable garden and asparagus, endive and spinach should be home-grown too? At Garden Select you will f
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Growing leaf and stem plants

Most leaf and stem crops like a fairly rich, moist and well-drained soil. They tend to be fast growers, which also makes them susceptible to early bolting. The exact location, support material and length of cultivation vary from crop to crop. That's why we always mention with each crop exactly what is needed for the whole process, so you can start growing well prepared. Would you like to learn more about the different leaf and stem crops beforehand?

Sowing leaf and stem crops

If you want to harvest leaf and stem crops over a longer period, you should regularly sow them in somewhat smaller quantities. Spinach can be sown very early and from March is followed by endive, rocket, turnip greens and the various types of lettuce. Want to extend the growing season? Then a small tunnel or greenhouse will do the trick. Besides spinach, chard can also overwinter in it, although it needs a cover of, for example, fleece.

Order seeds of leaf & stem plants online at Garden Select

You can find different types of leaf and stem crops at Garden Select. Below you will find our complete range, but you can also easily click through to a specific category using the selection menu on the left of this page. This will help you find the crop you are looking for even faster. If you have any questions about our product range, please feel free to contact us. We are available 7 days a week.

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