Lettuce Renee&
Lettuce Renee&
Lettuce Renee&
Lettuce Renee&

Lettuce Renee's Caeser Duo - Renee's Garden Seeds

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Lactuca sativa var.

Grow your own crisp and juicy lettuce for savory Caesar salads and you’ll have an unlimited supply of gourmet-quality fresh ingredients. We’ve paired our favorite extra-fancy Romaine varieties, choosing the most delicious and easy to grow crunchy red and green leafed selections. Pick them either at baby sizes or let them grow into dense heavy heads. All you’ll need to add is the dressing and croutons for a fabulous season of wonderfully satisfying salads.

Equal parts:  Noga & Cimarron
Seed Count: Approx. 700 / Weight: 0.75 g
Cold Winters Mild Winters Sun/Shade Sow Seeds Days to Germinate

Days to Harvest

Full Sun 2 in. apart 1/4 in. deep
7 - 14 days
60 - 70 days


In cool early spring weather, start seeds in finely worked soil in full sun. Sow 1/4 in. deep and 1 in. apart and cover lightly. Tend carefully and keep evenly moist. Gradually thin seedlings out, allowing remaining plants to stand 10 to 12 in. apart so heads have room to mature. For a constant supply, make several sowings a few weeks apart until summer weather turns hot. Plant again in late summer for fall harvest.


Lettuce thrives in cool conditions with consistent moisture. Weed, water and thin carefully for best quality heads. If birds are attracted to the young seedlings, cover them with floating row covers or netting. 


Savor young thinnings in your first spring salads. Then harvest plants by cutting mature heads when they feel firm and well-filled out. Pull and discard or compost overmatured plants if they begin to elongate ("bolt") in hot weather as they are bitter at this stage. These crispy colourful romaines are perfect for centerpiece Caesar salads that rival the finest restaurant. Use  top quality ingredients to make dressing, or you can find a favorite recipe on Renee's website: reneesgarden.com/recipes 

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