Meet our leaves

Our tasty baby leaves are perfect just as they are, but why not also try them in stir-fries, soups, dips, bakes and more? There’s something for everyone – whether you like a bit of a kick or something more mellow. And we put just the right ones together in our range of salad bags.

Red Pak Choi

Red Pak Choi

A beautiful leaf full of contrasts: purple on top, light green with purple veins underneath and a bright green stem. Super tasty with a hint of mustard to it!

Pea Shoots

Pea Shoots

What do pea shoots taste like? Well… peas. Not the mushy sort from the chip shop, but fresh ones straight from the pod.

Baby Watercress

Baby Watercress

Nose-tingling baby watercress is planted more densely and cut sooner, so it’s less stalky and much easier to eat.

Baby Red Cos

Baby Red Cos

If you associated red leaves with a bitter flavour, think again. This is really quite sweet, and looks stunning on the plate.

Baby Spinach

Baby Spinach

No one ate spinach raw until our Steve came up with the idea of picking baby leaves back in the eighties. It changed the nation.