Oh, those Spring Treats! The first salads of the season are better than any candy I can think of...
If you're hesitant about growing mustards, try one of the mixes. Spicier greens are a great addition to a traditional lettuce salad or they can be cooked, used in soups, or chopped up and added to recipes like you would with a fresh herb.
Find the come-and-cut-again blends and single greens below. Get your seed in the ground as early as soil can be worked (many varieties have a tough time germinating in soil temp above 24 degrees C), or get a jump on the season and start plants indoors 4-6 weeks before planting out.
Acadia Kale Blend *Sorry, Sold Out for 2015!*
Amaranth - Hopi Red Dye
Garden Cress/Peppergrass *Sorry, Sold Out for 2015!*
Gourmet Lettuce Mix *Sorry, Sold Out for 2015!*
Greens - Mizuna
Greens - Purple Mizuna
Greens - Spring Raab/Rapini
Greens - Tat Soi
Hope Seeds Mustard Mix
Hot Mustard Mix
Mild Greens Mix
Mustard - Giant Red *Sorry, Sold Out for 2015!*
Prize Choi (Bok Choi)
Spicy Greens Mix
Winter Greens Mix