Eazy Leaf Blend Organic

Quick Facts:

    • Certified Organic
    • Baby leaf or full size heads
    • Great disease resistance
    • Matures in 35-60 days

Eazy Leaf Blend Organic


CERTIFIED ORGANIC! Grow sweet and crunchy baby leaf salad greens or full sized heads — just space to suit the purpose. This blend can be harvested at the baby leaf stage, mid-head, or full-head size without losing any of its characteristics. Space seeds at 10cm (4”) for baby leaf harvests, or at 20cm (8”) for heads that can be harvested several times each.

This blend of three green and two red Eazy Leaf lettuces grows a diversity of shapes and textures which give the leaves loft. Leaves of the varieties are all the same length, making it easy to cut a salad. All one has to do is cut near the base and the leaves are ready for dressing.

Matures in 35 to 60 days. (Open-pollinated seeds)

Size: SKU: Price: Availability: Quantity: Total:
25 seeds LT440A $3.29 Unavailable Notify me when in stock
100 seeds LT440B $4.99 Unavailable Notify me when in stock
500 seeds LT440C $9.99 Unavailable Notify me when in stock
2500 seeds LT440D $24.99 Unavailable Notify me when in stock
10000 seeds LT440E $89.99 Unavailable Notify me when in stock

Quick Facts:

    • Certified Organic
    • Baby leaf or full size heads
    • Great disease resistance
    • Matures in 35-60 days

How To Grow

Salad greens are usually picked at an immature size and coaxed into regrowing several times. They are a perfect choice for container gardening, as long as a good soil mixture is in place. Continue reading below for some good general tips on how to grow mescluns and salad greens.


We Recommend: West Coast Market Mix (MS489) isn’t just for the West Coast. It’s a fast-growing blend of lettuces, chicories, arugula and herbs intended to be harvested as baby greens. Tasty! Enjoy repeated harvests of crisp and succulent salad greens.
For Urban Gardeners: City Garden Blend (LT450) is lovely. Several different seeds are pelleted together, so you only need to plant three or four pellets in a 3 to 5 gallon container. Watch as a beautiful selection of different green and red lettuces grows in, and then start harvesting! This blend requires very little space, and can be accomplished on a sunny windowsill.

Season & Zone
Season: Cool season
Exposure: Full sun to partial shade

Seed every three weeks from just before the last frost date until the end of summer for a continuous harvest. Provide frost protection with a cloche or heavy row cover when frost looms in the fall. Many mesclun types and mixes will continue to grow all winter where winters are mild.

Plant in a block or in a wide row. Sprinkle the seeds evenly over prepared, moist soil. Try to space seeds about 1cm (½”) apart. Cover lightly with soil, and firm them in. Four grams of seed will plant a 12m (40′) row that is 7cm (3″) wide, so don’t plant the whole packet at once. For container growing, choose containers that are at least 10cm (4″) deep. Wider is better. The most common mistake is over-planting.

Moderately fertile soil – particularly if you’re planning mutliple harvests. Dig in 1 cup of complete organic fertilizer for every 3m (10′) of row. For containers, use peat or coir based mix with compost added. Water regularly. If growth slows after harvest, use a bit of kelp or fish based fertilizer to provide a boost of nutrition for the next growth spurt.

There are two methods of gathering salad greens. You can use scissors to cut everything about 2-5cm (1-2″) from the ground, when the plants are about 10-15cm (3-4″) tall. Or, you can pick individual leaves as they’re needed. The first cutting may contain more brassicas than lettuces (arugula, mizuna) but if you cut the mix back when the leaves are still small, the lettuce will catch up. The salad greens will regrow for a second harvest in another 2 or 3 weeks.

Diseases & Pests
Slugs love baby greens and flea beetles love brassica leaves.