Grow your own Container Salsa Garden! Salsa garden plants generally include Tomatoes, Hot Peppers, Cilantro, and Onions. These are your basics – but you can really vary it up with...
Salsa Starter Garden 4-Pack - Jalapeño, Tomato, Onion, and Cilantro Seeds - 15% Off
This perfect Salsa Garden kit can be grown and harvested to produce a delicious salsa like fresh and chunky Pico de Gallo!
This 4-Pack includes one packet of each of the following:
Jalapeño - Early Jalapeño has thick flesh and a medium jalapeno heat. It grows quickly and is ready to harvest in 65 days.
Tomato - San Marzano has thick flesh and very few seeds. It has a strong tomato taste that is sweet, but not acidic.
Onion - White Lisbon Bunching Onion is mild and a fast-growing onion that does not form a bulb. Very dependable and grows in a wide range of soils.
Cilantro - Cilantro is a cool-season plant that grows quickly. Leaves have a citrusy bite and the entire plant is edible.
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Start your Jalapeño and Tomato seeds indoors in a warm sunny location 8 weeks prior to transplanting them outside. Then, after the soil has warmed up transplant the pepper and tomato seedlings outside into full sun. Plant the Onion and Cilantro seeds directly into the garden.
The difference between Salsa and Pico de Gallo is texture. The ingredients for Pico de Gallo are fresh, coarsely chopped, and mixed together with less juice. Crushed garlic and lime juice can be added to the mixture for increased flavor. Salsa has a finer texture with more liquid. It is often cooked. For clarity, Pico de Gallo is a form of salsa.
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