Seed Tapes in 3 Varieties

Daucus carota 'Nantes' + Allium cepa 'White Lisbon' + Lactuca sativa sp.

Seed Tapes in 3 Varieties

Daucus carota 'Nantes' + Allium cepa 'White Lisbon' + Lactuca sativa sp.
Could not be fresher! Grow your own fresh lettuce, carrots and spring onions.
The seeds are contained between two thin layers of biodegradable cellulose. Ideal for sowing the right amount of seeds at the correct spacing. Sowing is easy. Make a shallow grove and lay the tape in, cover with earth and sprinkle with water, done.
This collection has one tape of Mixed Lettuce (Lactuca sativa), one of Summer Carrot (Daucus carota) and one tape of Spring Onions (Allium cepa). Each tape is 7.5 m long, and easy to cut to length.
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Specifications:
Latin name: Daucus carota 'Nantes' + Allium cepa 'White Lisbon' + Lactuca sativa sp.
Guarantee: 100% growth and flowering guarantee
Preferred location: Sun, Half shadow
Green stayer: No
Leafs all year: No
Hardy plants: No
Self polinating: No
Edible: Yes
Scented: Not Scented
Grafted: No
Cutting flowers: No
Planting+

These carrot, onion and lettuce seeds require no special preparation. The seed tapes are ready for use.

Care+

No need to add fertilizer. Water more frequently during dry periods. Keep the plot weed-free as this helps the carrots, lettuce and spring onions to grow.

Extra+

Carrots are orange which is the colour of the Netherlands ‘Royals’. In the 17th century, ships of the VOC brought back with them a purple carrot discovered in Iran. The Dutch market gardeners, very patriotic, multiplied trials, successfully, to give an orange colour in carrots. These are however, in various colours. The spring onions are young onion plants, if you were to leave them they would become ordinary onions. Carrots are orange which is the colour of the Dutch ‘Royals’. In the 17th century, ships of the VOC brought back a purple carrot from Iran. The patriotic Dutch market gardeners successfully cross pollinated again and again, to give carrots an orange colour but carrots are of course still available in other colours. Spring onions are, like bunching onions, just a young variety of onion. If you leave them in they will grow into ordinary onions.

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