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Lettuce is a cool weather crop that is be planted in the spring as early the ground can be worked and then sown at two week intervals through late spring or early summer depending on the climate. Fall crops can be begun in mid-summer in cool areas - or late summer in hot climates. Loose-leaf varieties are thinned to 4 inches apart, romaine and head lettuce to 1-foot apart.
Organically grown. Compact heads of lobed, emerald green leaves with excellent buttery taste, favored in many field trials.
A striking burgundy red oak leaf with a fresh sweet flavor. Heat resistant and slow-bolting, it grows well over a very long season. Delicious. Packet is 1 gram, about 800 seeds.
Sow Oak Leaf lettuce seed in cell packs or flats, press into soil and cover lightly. Kept at 65°F., germination averages 7-14 days. Can direct sow into prepared seed beds 1 inch apart in rows 12-18 inches apart. Thin to 4-12 inches apart.