Herbs Herbs for Salad Mix
A few different herbs for salad mix, laid out on a wooden cutting board.
Herbs for Salad Mix
Johnny's offers herb varieties that can be harvested at 3-6 weeks. Create your own unique, customized salad mix by incorporating herbs for color, texture, and flavor. Sow every 2 weeks for a continuous supply.
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Standard bunching dill.
Standard bunching dill.
40-50 to leaf harvest; 90-100 to seed
The preferred dill for cut flower use and pickling.
Most widely grown. Good seed and leaf yields.
40-45 to leaf harvest; 85-105 to seed
A zesty, versatile herb.
A zesty, versatile herb.
70 - 80 Days
Seeds flavor Mexican and Indian dishes.
Seeds flavor Mexican and Indian dishes.
100 - 115 Days
Versatile Asian culinary herb.
Versatile Asian culinary herb.
80 - 85 Days
Standard bunching variety that bolts more slowly than Bouquet.
Slower bolting than Bouquet.
40-50 to leaf harvest; 90-100 to seed
Leafy herb with bold celery flavor.
Leafy herb with bold celery flavor.
80 - 85 Days
Vigorous leaf production and sweet flavor.
Vigorous leaf production and sweet flavor.
50 - 60 Days
Versatile Asian culinary herb.
Versatile Asian culinary herb.
80 - 85 Days
Eye-catching green leaves with red undersides.
Eye-catching green leaves with red undersides.
80 - 85 Days
Brussels Winter-type with dark green leaves.
Brussels Winter-type with dark green leaves.
60 Days
Culinary and medicinal, leaves used in salads, roots ground for coffee.
Culinary and medicinal.
95 to leaf harvest; 365 to root
Gorgeous reddish-bronze color, vigorous, uniform, and slow to bolt.
Gorgeous reddish-bronze color.
50 - 60 Days
Leafy herb with bold celery flavor.
Leafy herb with bold celery flavor.
80 - 85 Days
Unique leaf shape with mild cucumber flavor for salads, garnishes.
Unique leaf shape for salads, garnishes.
70 Days
Traditional Japanese culinary herb with appealing, crunchy texture.
Traditional Japanese culinary herb.
40 - 55 Days
AAS (All-America Selections) Winners
Fernleaf Herbs for Salad Mix
Slow-bolting dwarf dill for containers, with high leaf yields.
Slow-bolting dwarf dill.
55-60 to leaf harvest; 95-115 to seed
The most widely-grown variety, with good leaf, flower and seed yields.
Most widely grown. Good seed and leaf yields.
40-45 to leaf harvest; 85-105 to seed
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