100.0% would recommend this item to a friend.
1 out of 1 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Looks; Taste; Easy to Grow
What are the cons? None
My Cimmaron Lettuce seeds started and grew to maturity indoors in a winter garden that I keep. Germination was a breeze and it even handled a transplant to a larger pot with no issues. The leaves on this are very unique adding appeal to any salad. The taste is pleasant as well. I've had no issues picking individual leaves to eat, allowing the plant to continue to supply for weeks on end. I have not had this bolt on me yet, however its only been growing for a few months. Can't wait to grow this outdoors this spring/summer.
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11 out of 11 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy to grow, prolific
Seed grew from last year ALL OVER the back yard. I transplanted it into my rasied beds and now it is going to seed again. Apparently won't germinate in our compost but in clay in yard. Hope to have more next year. Tasty, lasts well. No "wasted" leaf space like in oakleaf varieties.
9 out of 9 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? long season
What are the cons? nothing
Grew Spring 2013 and did very well. Held up to beating rainfall better than other varieties. Ours never turned as purple as shown in photos and is just now bolting in late June!
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Cimmaron is part of my current salad garden. It is still producing, hasn't bolted, and is consistently crisp and tasty. Looks great in a salad.
I've grown this variety for years. It is easy, reliable, tasty and looks great with other varieties in a mixed salad.