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Other sug­ges­tions for the salad bowl in­clude rocket. Yates now has the rich­lyflavoured Wild Rocket, or ‘ Roquette’ as it’s called in up­mar­ket restau­rants, in its range, as well as the large, soft-leafed rocket.

Easy-to-grow spring onions add an onion-like pi­quancy and there’s also the sweetly-flavoured, su­per­fast baby spinach. Young beet­root leaves make an­other pop­u­lar salad in­gre­di­ent. slower-grow­ing salad ve­g­ies such as toma­toes and cap­sicums. While th­ese will grow in pots, they gen­er­ally, apart from dwarf toma­toes, do bet­ter in the ground. But never plant them in the same place in suc­ces­sive years as toma­toes and their rel­a­tives can be trou­bled by a num­ber of soil-borne dis­eases.

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