LOOSE-LEAF Lettuce Seeds
Lactuca sativa (Open Pollinated)
Loose-leaf lettuce is the best lettuce type for harvesting leaf by leaf, rapidly re-growing new, mild, crunchy leaves. Because loose-leafs do not form heads, you can plant as close as 4 in. apart; perfect for gardens with limited space or for container vegetable gardening. Plant every two weeks, starting in early spring, for late spring/early summer harvest, and then sow more seeds in mid to late summer for a fall harvest.
SAMANTHA Loose-Leaf Lettuce
Organically grown. A crisp, deep red oak leaf lettuce with a compact, lime green heart and delectable, mild flavor.
|¼ Gram - $2.49|
FINE CUT OAK Loose-Leaf Lettuce
Organically grown. Deeply lobed and pointed, mint green leaves blushed with pink add nice color to salads. Remarkably cold tolerant.
|¼ Gram - $1.99|
BLACK SEEDED SIMPSON Loose-Leaf Lettuce
Organically grown. For over 100 years, Black Seeded Simpson lettuce has been providing home gardeners and market farmers with consistent, long-bearing crops of superb quality lettuce. Succulent light emerald green, ruffled leaves. Suitable for spring, early summer, and fall plantings.
|1 Gram - $1.99|
RED SAILS Loose-Leaf Lettuce
A fast growing green and red ruffled leaf lettuce which has a crispy texture and mild flavor. The most heat tolerant red leaf lettuce, it can be grown throughout the year in many climates. All-America Selection Winner. Packet is ½ gram, about 400-500 seeds.
|½ Gram - $1.99|
DARK RED LOLLO ROSSA Loose-Leaf Lettuce
Organically grown. A compact deep red ruffled leaf lettuce which has a crispy texture and mild flavor. Color is much darker than regular Lollo Rossa. An extremely heat tolerant red leaf lettuce, it can be grown throughout the year in many climates.
|200 seeds - $1.99|
How to Plant Loose Leaf Lettuce Seeds
Sow 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 in. apart in rows 12-18 in. apart. Thin to 4-12 in. apart.