Mâche is a wonderful salad green that grows in late winter and early spring. Also called "corn salad" or "lamb's lettuce", the small florets are never bitter and are a welcome green from the garden when it's cold outside and little else grows. The flavor is nutty and this native to Europe is common in salads throughout the continent.
(Approximately 100 seeds per packet)
Planting Instructions: Sow by scattering seeds in full sun to part shade and lightly cover with soil. Mâche can be sown in late fall in warmer climates or late winter in cooler climates. Seeds can take a while to germinate and prefer soil temperatures between 50-60F.