Seeds - Frisée Maraîchère Très Fine OG

$4.59 

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Order info: we are not currently accepting seed orders via our website. Please call 204-257-2715 if you would like to place an order for seeds and we will let you know what is available in-store at that time. The next phase of online seed ordering will be December 2020.

Description: Frisée, with its wonderful flavour and texture, is a popular ingredient in mesclun salad mixes; for the gourmet salad maker, Frisée opens up a range of exciting possibilities! It pairs well with other interesting salad ingredients such as dried cranberries and cherries, sliced apple, walnuts, pine nuts and bacon pieces. This heirloom variety has extra finely-cut leaves, creamy hearts and is slower-bolting. Easy to grow!

Pack Size: 1/32 ounce

Latin Name: Cichorium endivia
Alternative Names: Endive
Main Uses: Culinary
Days to Maturity: 46 days
Exposure: Full sun
Height: 20 - 25 cm (8 - 10 inches)
Certified Organic: USDA Certified Organic

Germination: 6 - 14 days at 18 - 22°C. Keep soil evenly-moist.
Sowing: Direct sow in spring once ground is workable. Will tolerate light frost.
Planting Depth: 1/4”.
Spacing: Sow seeds 2” apart and thin to 8” once second set of leaves has emerged.

Growing in Containers: Very well-suited for containers, 8 inches and up.

Fertilizing (Containers): Plant in a composty soil mix, then supplement with a balanced organic fertilizer.

Watering (Containers): Water to maintain even soil moisture.

Growing in Mixed Planters: Square foot garden raised beds!

Fertilizing (Garden): Plant in average, well-drained garden soil amended with quality compost such as Sea Soil.

Pruning: For baby greens, cut leaves from base of plant and leave plant in the ground for regrowth to occur. At maturity, pull out entire plant. Sow in successive plantings for a continual harvest.

Suitability for Indoors: Can be grown on a sunny windowsill.

Exposure: Full sun.

What about Grow Lights? Grow lights are essential if you want regular harvests during the fall and winter.

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