Compact, loose heads of delicious, thick and crisp leaves are easy to grow. Ideal for a single-serving salad. Tolerates heat and is slow to bolt. All-America Selections winner. Harvest in 65 days.
|Row spacing||12 inches|
|Plant spacing||10 inches|
|Planting depth||Barely cover|
|Days to germination||7-10|
|Plant height||10-15 inches
Gardener's Notes: Lettuce thrives in cool weather. For continuous harvests, sow in early spring, planting every 2 weeks until summer heat arrives. In hot weather, provide some afternoon shade. Plant again at midsummer to early fall for a late crop. Keep soil evenly moist for best flavor. Thin seedlings to final spacing 8 inches apart; lettuce grows best when not crowded. Cut heads when firm and well-filled out.
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