(Lactuca sativa) An Old World crop, appreciated since ancient times, that requires cooler temperatures to grow really well. Sow in place in the garden as early in spring as soil may be worked— seeds sprout and grow whenever mild weather predominates. Or start indoors and set out acclimated seedlings 2-4 weeks before last frost date. Succession plant lettuce for a continual crop, but avoid long days and heat of early-mid summer. May be grown right through the winter where the weather is mild, or under row cover, cold frames, etc. Lettuce is healthy and rich in Vitamins A & C.

Rouge Grenobloise Lettuce

Rouge Grenobloise Lettuce LT129

Beautiful red-tinted Batavian (Crisphead) lettuce,;the heads have excellent... Read More
Rubin Red Lettuce

Rubin Lettuce LT123

Very deep maroon, loose leaf heads. A stunning addition to the garden and... Read More
Slo Bolt Lettuce

Slo Bolt Lettuce LT167

48 days--Ruffled, apple-green leaf type that does better than most lettuces... Read More

Speckled Lettuce LT103

45 days. Beautiful apple-green leaves speckled and splashed with deep red.... Read More
Sunset Lettuce

Sunset Lettuce LT112

60 days. Super deep, beautiful red! A great variety for home and market... Read More
Tango Lettuce

Tango Lettuce LT117

50 days. The leaves look like endive with their deeply cut, crinkled appearance... Read More
Tennis Ball Lettuce 2

Tennis Ball Lettuce LT164

55 days. Rather loose heads are petite, 6-8 inches in diameter, Bibb or... Read More
Tom Thumb Lettuce

Tom Thumb Lettuce LT102

60 days. An heirloom lettuce that dates to the 1850's. It makes small cabbage-like... Read More
Truimpheter or Glory of Voorburg Lettuce

Triumpheter or Glory of Voorburg Lettuce LT177

This delicious butter head type won over our staff in our 2015 lettuce... Read More
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