An attractive winter salad crop. Sometimes called ‘miner’s lettuce’ as it formed a valuable part of the diet of miners in the 1850s gold rush in America, helping to prevent scurvy when fresh vegetables were scarce. The succulent leaves and stems are both edible and have a refreshingly mild flavour. Can be used on a cut and come basis, and has pretty white flowers which are also edible. Self-seeds easily.

Average seeds per pack 550