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Romaine Lettuce

Romaine Lettuce 'Coastal Star' (Lactuca sativa)

This plant produces a loose head of dark green, smooth leaves that have a delicious crunchy texture. Individual leaves can be harvested starting at 30 days after planting or a full head of leaves can be harvested at 55 to 60 days after planting the seeds. Most Lettuce grows best in…

Romaine Lettuce

Romaine Lettuce 'Ideal Cos' (Lactuca sativa)

Produces slightly savoyed, medium green leaves. Slow to bolt. This is a great choice for small-space gardens because the foliage is tightly folded and upright. Most lettuce grows best in cooler weather so plan on two crops, one for early spring and another for late summer.

Romaine Lettuce

Romaine Lettuce (Lactuca sativa)

Romaine lettuce is the classic lettuce used to make Caesar salad. This is a great choice for small-space gardens because the foliage is tightly folded and upright. Romaine lettuce is slow to bolt and disease resistant as well. Most lettuce grows best in cooler weather so plan on two…

Romaine Lettuce

Romaine Lettuce 'Parris Island Cos' (Lactuca sativa)

‘Parris Island’ was developed in a joint effort by the USDA and Clemson University in the 1950’s. It’s named after Parris Island, off the coast of South Carolina. One of the most durable lettuce varieties for hot, humid weather, with good disease resistance, and it’s a…